CharIN presentation at a regional Basque EV charging project

CharIN participated at the final conference of the Basque AZKARGA projects last week in Bilbao, Spain.

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The AZKARGA project is centered around the development of a fast charging station for electric vehicles with technologies of Basque companies. The complete technological value chain from electronics, control and communication, algorithm software as well as the local installation was realized by Basque companies and participating partners of the project.


The conference in Bilbao on June 21st marked the end of the three years’ project with participating companies and institutions of the region such as the technology and strategy department of the Basque government, the local Bilbao government, Cluster de Energía as well as the CharIN member Ingeteam.


CharIN was invited to present the ideas and the progress of CCS as a global charging standard. Dr. Isabell Schwenkert from the CharIN Coordination Office participated at the event and spoke about the vision of the CharIN association and the activities of the CharIN focus groups.


The press release in Spanish can be read here.


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