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CharIN e. V. welcomes member Tesla Motors
CharIN e. V. is happy to announce that Tesla Motors Inc. has been granted core membership in the association on 24th of February 2016.
Flächendeckend: e-Mobilität in Niederösterreich
CharIN e.V. präsentiert globale Ladestandards der ElektroMobilität auf der 2. Fachtagung „e-mobil in niederösterreich“
CharIN Adds NXP Semiconductors as Newest Member
BERLIN -- March 23, 2016 -- CharIN e.V. announces that it has expanded its membership to include NXP Semiconductors N.V., which is the leading provider of secure silicon solutions for a smarter world.
3rd E-Mobility Engineering Day
Stuttgart, GERMANY, 2016-02-24 – The Stuttgart-based specialist for automotive electronics, Vector, invites all CharIN members to participate at the 3rd E-Mobility Engineering Day.
Power Innovation produces DCDC-Converter for Supercharger Stations
Achim, 10-Mar-2016: DC Supercharger-Technology designed for 350kW
Power Innovation is producing and providing DCDC Converter for super charging technology within the range of 1000V (switchable to 450V) for electric vehicles, able to be charged with up to 350A (350kW).
Volvo Cars calls on automotive industry to standardise electric car charging
Volvo Cars believes the global automotive industry should strive towards the introduction of a standardised charging infrastructure for electric cars, says Dr Peter Mertens, the company’s Senior Vice President for Research & Development.
Scienlab joins CharIN e.V. to contribute in the success of the Combined Charging System
Scienlab, a highly specialized technology company from Bochum, Germany is now member of the CharIN association.
CharIN welcomes its 50th member
The CharIN Steering Committee accepted the membership application of 14 new members on its meeting on Sep 21st at Mennekes in Kirchhundem, Germany.
ISO/IEC 15118 in California
The California Public Utilities Commission has ‘recommended’ that regulated utilities in California conform to ISO/IEC 15118 in all of their transportation electrification plans.