Auto giants move to standardize EV quick-charge tech, with mixed implications for start-ups

This week, Toyota, Nissan Motor, Mitsubishi Motors, Fuji Heavy Industries, and Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) joined together to create the CHAdeMO Association, to establish and promote standards for quick-charging technology for electric vehicles. These five companies comprise the executive b...

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