Update of the CCS 1.0 Specification

We are pleased to announce that an update of the CCS 1.0 Specification was released.

The update will be sent to all members of CharIN. Non-members can request to receive the specification here

 

The illustrated Combined Charging System Specification describes the CCS’ main features, including the charging process itself as well as safety, user authentication, payment authorisation and load balancing functions. It also provides guidance as to which standards have been implemented in the system.

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10/20/2017

Schaltbau joins the Charging Interface Initiative e.V.

Schaltbau offers rapid charging systems from 50 to 500 kW as standard, but can supply customised units of up to 2 MW. Schaltbau fully supports the establishment of the Combined Charging System (CCS) as the harmonized charging standard for electric vehicles.

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10/19/2017

ZIV joins CharIN e. V. to contribute with its knowledge of the electricity grid to develop interoperable solutions.

CharIN e. V. is happy to announce that ZIV has been granted regular membership in the association. ZIV aims to contribute with its experience in collaborative work to the development of standards for Charging infrastructure / Charging communications to ease deployment of Electric Vehicles

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10/18/2017

Karma Automotive joins the CharIN e.V.

Karma Automotive is a U.S. manufacturer of luxury plug-in hybrid vehicles. Unapologetically conspicuous in their beauty. Uncommonly light in their footprint. Designed, engineered, and assembled In Southern California.

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