China plans charging standards for electric cars -paper


SHANGHAI, Aug 23 (Reuters) - China plans to issue new standards to regulate the charging infrastructure needed for electric cars, the official Shanghai Securities News reported on Monday. The government plans to introduce three standards in October that would cover technical requirements, among others, for the charging facilities for electrical vehicles, the Securities News said, citing an unnamed source from the State Electricity Regulatory Commission. The regulator is currently talking ...

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