For growing markets such as electric vehicles, keeping regulatory standards simple can make or break a new technology. It also can provide domestic manufacturers with a head start in the race to dominate a new sector worldwide. As a result, the formal proposal made this week by the European Commission to rely on global technical standards for upcoming EVs matters. The EC wants the European Union to adopt requirements formulated in 1997 by the United Nations Economic Commission for ...
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