The CharIN e.V. introduced its goals and activities, especially CCS and its advanced ISO/IEC 15118 communication which allow for: Plug & Charge, V2G, Grid Demand-Response and secured/encrypted communication for payments.
The event was well perceived by its members as it showed that CCS has developed into a multi-facetted charging system that allows for a wide variety of secured applications which extend beyond only charging EV.
In addition, many of its members were happily surprised to see that Indian, Korean and Japanese car makers and affiliated automotive industries choose CCS as the preferred standard for EV.
Some Indonesian companies are therefore thinking about also joining the CharIN initiative.