The Renault-Nissan Alliance has signed more than 100 partnerships aimed at preparing markets and infrastructures for the mass production of electric vehicles, starting in 2011.
Announcements made in 2008: Israel, Denmark, Kanagawa (Japan), Portugal, Tennessee (USA), EDF (France), Yokohama (Japan), Oregon (USA), Monaco, Sonoma County (USA), EOS (Switzerland).
Announcements made in 2009: Greentomatocars (GB), Elektromotive (GB), EWZ (Switzerland), One North East (United Kingdom), San Diego Gas & Electric (USA), Electricity Supply Board (Ireland), Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (China), LeasePlan (NL), Phoenix, Arizona (USA), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee (USA), Hong Kong, Seattle (USA), Raleigh, North Carolina (USA), Singapore, Washington D.C. (USA), A2A (Lombardy, Italy), Netherlands, State Victoria (Australia), RWE (Germany), Vancouver (Canada), Barcelona (Spain), Mexico City (Mexico), GuangDong Province (China), Saitama Prefecture (Japan), Miyazaki Prefecture (Japan), Houston (USA), Guangzhou & Dongfeng (China).
Announcements made in 2010: Andalusia (Spain), Reunion Island (France), Ryokan Association (Japan), Hertz (worldwide), Christchurch City Council (New Zealand), Orlando (USA), Houston (USA), Massachusetts (USA), Avis (worldwide), ChaDeMo Association (Japan), Wuhan (China), Castilla y Leon (Spain), Acciona (Spain), ENEL (Italy), ENDESA (Spain), Madrid (Spain), Ireland, Sao Paulo (Brazil), Milton Keynes (United Kingdom), Mobi-e (Portugal), Sevilla (Spain), Istanbul Enerji (Turkey), Ankara (Turkey), Unibail-Rodamco (Europe), Avis (Europe), Amsterdam (NL), Cordoba (Argentina)., Ireland (Ireland).
Announcements made in 2011: E-Laad (NL), Colizen (France), renewal of GDF SUEZ (France), La CREA/EDF/Schneider Electric/ERDF/E.Leclerc (France), Georgia (Georgia), GASKİ Enerji (Turkey), Hertz (Europe), The Mobility House (Austria and Switzerland), Axa (Europe).