Rapid Charging: Differences, Winners, And Losers

August 10, 2018 1:05 am Categorised in:

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While we’re pretty sure everyone would rather a future where electric cars charge using just one outlet, regardless of make, model, or charging speed, there are currently five different mainstream rapid charging standards that you might encounter (depending on where you live in the world) designed specifically to get power into your electric car quickly. 

The problem is that your own electric car will only work with one of those standards. 

So which one do you need? And what are the differences and similarities between them? And which ones wins in terms of ubiquity and ease of use? 

Watch the video above to find out more, and leave your thoughts and comments below. 

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