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EnergyBus Takes LEV Charging Infrastructure To Next Level

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TANNA, Germany – The Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency has confirmed that EnergyBus will mirror the ISO/IEC activities on standardization of Light Electric Vehicle parking and charging infrastructure on a political level for the next eight years.

EnergyBus Takes LEV Charging Infrastructure To Next Level
The International Energy Agency has confirmed that EnergyBus will mirror the ISO/IEC activities. – Photo EnergyBus

EnergyBus is represented by Hannes Neupert. The co-chair of Hannes Neupert is Carlo Mol of the VITO (Vision on Technology), a research organization based in Belgium.

The initial countries which joined this commission of the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) and IEC (International Electro technical Commission) were Spain and Germany. Several other countries teamed up as well. Clear interest was expressed from representatives from Austria, the Netherlands, Italy, Denmark and Switzerland.

EnergyBus Charge & Lock Cable

Hannes Neupert who is founding member and treasurer of EnergyBus said, “This is a very good base to get the EnergyBus Charge & Lock Cable embedded on a political level.”

EnergyBus is an open standard for all electrical components of Light-Electric-Vehicles (LEVs). It aims to improve compatibility and safety of LEVs and consists of a cutting-edge connector family and the respective communication protocol.

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