Revised Standards will Allow Charging Stations to be Shared by Different Electric Vehicles
The country will soon be releasing new charging stations that different electric vehicles from various manufacturers can share its charging facilities. The revisions are already finished and will be released soon. The newly revised standards covers charging posts and electric vehicles sockets that will enable new energy cars of different models to share charging posts.
Current national standards for charging involves matters such as interface, although doesn’t cover specific parameters such as charging facilities, power capacity and electric car voltage. And because of the lack of these standards some vehicles cannot get a full charge from the charging facilities of other car manufacturers. Tesla owners are experiencing a much bigger problem with charging as the carmaker is using US standards for their facilities in China, meaning Tesla cars cannot recharge in public charging facilities around China and other electric cars will not be able to use Tesla’s charging posts.
Tesla has now promised to make the necessary adjustments to their vehicles and charging stations after the revised standards will be released. The new standards will further promote the popularity of using new energy vehicles in the country as the revised national standards will ease the worries on where drivers can charge their cars, plus sales of new energy vehicles will see a fast growth once the new standards are in place