European auto makers agree on a comprehensive set of recommendations to standardize charging systems for electric vehicles. Ivan Hodac, secretary-general of the ACEA, the European auto makers’ group, calls this a major step toward the broader introduction of EVs in Europe and paves the way for a unified worldwide solution. “We call on the European Commission, the standardization bodies and the infrastructure providers to adopt these recommendations and to clear remaining issues as soon ...

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