The consortium groups companies such as EDP, Efacec, Critical Software, Martifer and Siemens who developed the MOBI.E charging solution.
The keys of the cars were handed to the CEOs of nine companies belonging to the consortium by Carlos Tavares, executive Vice - President of Nissan Motor, Ltd during a ceremony in Lisbon.
Tavares also handed over a set of keys to the Portuguese government who receives one Nissan LEAF on loan for test-drive purposes.
"Today marks the start of a zero-emission mobility era in Portugal, one of the first countries in the world to adopt a nationwide electric mobility policy. We are honoured to be part of this new chapter in Portugal's history with the 100% electric Nissan LEAF. Portugal's commitment to environmental progress will inspire many other countries", said Tavares.