BRUSSELS – The momentum behind adopting a single standard for the public charging of electric vehicles in the European Union is building, with the automotive and electricity industries and the EU executive all backing the idea. The European Commission’s CARS 21 group of high-level auto industry policymakers says it will assess legislative options for implementing an EU-wide law mandating such a standard. CARS 21 experts also will consider the technical factors in ...

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