China Issues EV Charging Standards
(Beijing) -- China released standards for electric filling stations in an effort to step up the use of alternative-fuel transportation.
The new standards will come into effect on March 1 of next year, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said in a statement on December 27.
The standards include requirements for DC charge coupler inlets, AC charge coupler inlets and the communication protocol between the charging generator and battery management system.
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