Auto makers, government officials and regulators worldwide agree to try to establish common technical standards for still-evolving electric vehicles. Under an agreement reached Thursday in Geneva, the U.S., European Union and Japan will form two working parties: one charged with creating formal, global technical EV regulations by 2014, the other focusing on environmental issues surrounding EVs. The formal rules would be approved under the United Nations World Forum for Harmonization of ...
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