Volt could charge cars such as the Chevy faster due to a new standard for fast-charge.
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A newly released technical standard could hybrid to cut loading time for plug ins (PHEV) and electric vehicle (EV) of eight hours as short as 20 minutes. SAE International, a global industry Association announced its long-awaited voluntary standard on a consensus with industry experts and Department of energy national laboratories was developed, approved and published on 15 October.
The standard is the future of the survey technology and smart grid interaction for SAE International. The standard helps reduce the time spent at public charging stations, a consumers and consumers to travel before need to calculate distances in its PHEVs and EVs. Ford Motor Company, which is involved in the development of standards, a statement to praise the standard, because it extends published and is compatible with the existing electric vehicle recharge standard by all automakers in the United States employs. See press release SAE International, a standards summary , and the Ford Motor Company press release.
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