CharIN sponsored EVuff seminar in Korea

Under the title “Work it out” the EVuff seminar took place on July 17th – 18th in Sejong, Korea. CharIN sponsored the event and participated by its Korean representative Joey Ahn.

Six exiting and informative topics were discussed at the two-day seminar in an exciting atmosphere.

 

The first point on the agenda was the EV public charging service quality, followed by the topic EV battery ownership. Next the public charging traffic management was discussed. The fourth topic was EV and home charger subsidy policy and home charger installation process with huddles. Last the charging standard in general was debated.

 

The Korean government announced that the local charging standard is Combo1. However, with Tesla and its super chargers also Type2 can be found in Korea.

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