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EVs are playing an increasingly important role in the transition to a net-zero emissions world and are expected to comprise at least two-thirds of global car sales by 2040. But even as EVs are becoming more widely available and affordable, the demand for fast, convenient charging is nowhere near to being met. The current grid structure and limitations will put the brakes on the EV revolution but there are solutions that turn the current grid challenges into grid assets.
The new ADS-TEC Energy research, conducted in conjunction with engineering services firm SAI Group, looks at how patented, battery-buffered charging technology enables charging operators to cost-effectively scale the charging infrastructure that underpins an all electric-vehicle world.
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