European auto makers have reached agreement on joint specifications to connect electrically chargeable vehicles to the power grid in a safe and user-friendly way. The ACEA, the European automobile manufacturers association, says the industry recommendations will allow the European Union’s standardization bodies to make rapid progress toward defining a common interface between the infrastructure and vehicles throughout Europe. The ACEA, which was founded in 1991 and represents the ...
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