PARIS – European Union auto makers are hoping their recent accord that calls for using the lowest common denominator for electric vehicle-recharging standards for the next seven years will be the basis of a European Commission decision on the matter. Over the last several years, German car companies, as well as Renault SA of France, have been pushing for a new plug design for EV recharging, while Volvo Car Corp., PSA Peugeot Citroen and others have fought for compatibility with standard ...
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