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03/23/2016

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.

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03/21/2016

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.

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03/15/2016

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).

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03/09/2016

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.

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02/25/2016

Vector becomes member of CharIN e.V.

Stuttgart, GERMANY, 2016-02-24 – The Stuttgart-based specialist for automotive electronics, Vector, has been granted membership in the association on February 24th 2016.

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02/19/2016

Efacec joined the CharIN e.V Association

Efacec Electric Mobility joined the CharIN e.V association as Regular Member in order to contribute to the ongoing development and adoption of the Combined Charging System (CCS) through its know-how and expertise in EV charging.

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11/04/2016

U.S., 35 states to boost electric vehicle charging network

The White House said on Thursday it will establish 48 national electric-vehicle (EV) charging networks on nearly 25,000 miles of highways in 35 U.S. states.

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10/31/2016

Australia-based fast charger company Tritium expanding to US

Australia-based Tritium, developer and manufacturer of the Veefil 50 kW DC fast charger for electric vehicles, will open its first overseas premises in Torrance, California in early 2017. The US facility will focus on technical customer support, assembly, manufacturing and R&D.

 

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10/25/2016

Renault To Equip Future EVs with 22 kW AC and 100 kW DC CCS Combo Charging

French media reports that Renault is considering two charging options for its future electric cars: 22 kW AC (three-phase Type 2 inlet) and 100 kW DC (CCS Combo – European version)

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