Nissan’s Eco-Friendly Global Headquarters [Video]

Nissan’s Eco-Friendly Global Headquarters [Video]

Nissan Technology Magazine takes a look at the innovations being implemented at the building in Yokohama.

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 november 2011

Nissan Technology Magazine reports on the advances and innovations at Nissan’s global headquarters in Yokohama, Japan. In a bid to lower its impact on the environment and move towards zero emission mobility, the company is reducing its carbon footprint and installing new features.

In the video below, Erika Yokoyama takes a look inside the building, which is one of the most eco-friendly in the city. They recycle rain water, have magnifying glasses on the roof to direct the sunlight and reduce the need for electric lighting, and have installed 500 solar panels with a lithium-ion storage battery unit to charge their electric vehicles.

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