Whitepaper – Electric Vehicle Charging Stations and IoT – How One Revolution is Accelerating Another One
Dramatic advances in battery technologies have made electric vehicles (EVs) a more mainstream proposition, with cars like the Tesla Model S and the Chevrolet Bolt being prime examples.
While worldwide sales still only represent 0.86% of the total vehicle market, many governments (China, California) are mandating the use of EVs to mitigate pollution issues. The main concern preventing mass acceptance has been battery range or, more specifically, how to efficiently charge a vehicle. Home charging requires either specialised equipment or longer charging times using conventional outlets. Outside the home, charging stations are few and far between, with few exceptions such as Silicon Valley.
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