European OEMS To Develop Technical Reference For EV Charging Infrastructure
The Renault Nissan Alliance, PSA Peugeot Citroën and Mitsubishi Motors announced that they have decided to develop and promote the technical reference for compliance of public recharge equipments for electric vehicles in Europe, based on the existing conformity brand “EV Ready”, originally launched by Renault and Schneider Electric.EV R
“EV Ready,” first launched in June 2010, is intended from the beginning to be open to a larger audience and to become a recognized benchmark in the field of charging systems for electric vehicles. The technical coverage of “EV Ready®” goes from the low voltage transformer to the electric vehicle.
At the same time the concept keeps a strong focus on economic performance and aims to maintain openness to innovations and any future developments.
Today over sixty European companies ranging from energy providers, network operators, suppliers and installers of charging stations are already working to develop and adopt “EV Ready®”, and more are welcome.
The validation scheme is currently based upon the principle of combined self-declaration of conformity and routine verification of compatibility with vehicles, and to move to a third party verification based on international verification of compliance by accredited laboratory is already considered for near future.
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