BRUSSELS, April 28 (Reuters) - The European Union's executive said on Wednesday that standards for charging electric cars and vans should be set by next year and fuel efficiency rules for motorcycles be proposed this year. Launching its strategy for green vehicles, the European Commission said: "The standardised charging interface should ensure interoperability and connectivity between the electricity supply point and the charger of electric vehicle." Electric safety requirements should ...
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