Sansha Electric Mfg. joins the Charging Interface Initiative e.V.(CharIN e.V.)

Since 1933, with the development of power supplies for movie projectors, Sansha Electric Mfg. has been a pioneer in the industry as a manufacturer of power semiconductors and power supplies. While Sansha Electric Mfg. provide these products to many field of industry, Sansha Electric Mfg. have received high recognition.

 

Today, Sansha Electric Mfg. is headquartered in Osaka/Japan and is developing overseas business so that Sansha Electric Mfg. have 2 overseas factories and 7 overseas sales offices.

 

Recently, as prevention of global warming, Energy is replaced with renewable energy from fossil fuels, and the equipment is required to be energy saving and resource saving. The power supplies of Sansha Electric Mfg. is used for new energy fields such as solar power, fuel cells and energy storage. Sansha Electric Mfg. will further evolve the technologies required for new energy every day and provide high-performance power supply technologies.

 

Based on this high-performance power supply technologies, Sansha Electric Mfg is considering the planning and development of a quick charger for EV. Sansha Electric Mfg. will join CharIN e.V. and hope to broaden the range of technologies and businesses and contribute to the society of EV that are increasingly developing from now.

 

CharIN e.V. is anticipating the future of EV and developing and standardizing the charging system globally. Sansha Electric Mfg. also joins CharIN e.V. and contribute in the field of fast chargers for EV so that CharIN e.V. activities will develop.


04/17/2018

EcoG pleased to become a member of CharIN

EcoG joins CharIN to strengthen the CCS ecosystem, namely contributing to support the

work on communication interfaces within CCS.

We provide the operating system of EV chargers with all the tools needed to customize it,

making charging a profitable business for our customers.

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04/13/2018

PTT Joins the Charging Interface Initiative e.V. (CharIN e.V.)

Since the launch of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) in 2016, Thailand’s automobile market has been more vigorous than ever. That resulted from the state EV Promotion Policy nationwide, with an aim at the reduction of fossil fuel use and greenhouse gas emission.

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