After several successful events in Europe and North America, for the very first time, a CharIN interoperability test event with a full day conference on the first day, will take place in Poland. With Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A, early CharIN member since 2019, CharIN has found an excellent host of this international conference where European e-mobility experts will gather to discuss the latest hot topics in the field of electromobility in Europe. Keynote speakers and panelists will focus not only on the European legal framework but on key changes and challenges of zero-emission transportation. Considering the growth of interest in clean transportation, we need quick and efficient solutions to build up the required infrastructure and to adapt the energy sector to future demands.
Then – from June 29th until July 1st – CharIN Testival attendees, EV manufacturers (OEMs), and EVSE producers, will have the opportunity to conduct and/or observe conformance and interoperability testing. During the 3 testing days, another premiere will happen: for the first time ever, a hackathon will take place where IT experts try to get into the software systems of the test units.
Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A. leads the rapidly progressing charging infrastructure industry by offering charging solutions to electric car and bus manufacturers as well as to network and charging point operators. As high technology company with proper research center and laboratories, a highly qualified staff works on the most innovative solutions for the electromobility sector. Established in 2009, Ekoenergetyka became a pioneer in the e-mobility industry. Today the company delivers fast charging stations and infrastructure solutions to 26 countries in the world.
CharIN is a non-profit organization with more than 270 members around the globe and open to any company worldwide being involved in the business of e-mobility. Under the CharIN umbrella, cross-industry stakeholders like automakers, charging station manufacturers, component suppliers, energy providers, grid operators, and many others continue moving towards interoperable charging, where vehicles, chargers, and software systems work together and to make the user experience reliable, easy, and smooth.
Published on: 05/20/2022