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EU: Commission supports battery switch project

The European Commission has granted formal approval for an electric vehicle battery switch R&D programme. Under the project, the EASYBAT Consortium will develop ‘off-the-shelf’ automotive grade components and interfaces to allow OEMs to easily integrate battery switching technology into their electric car platforms. The consortium consists of Better Place, Continental, Renault, It’s time to log … Continued

The European Commission has granted formal approval for an electric vehicle battery switch R&D programme. Under the project, the EASYBAT Consortium will develop ‘off-the-shelf’ automotive grade components and interfaces to allow OEMs to easily integrate battery switching technology into their electric car platforms.

The consortium consists of Better Place, Continental, Renault,

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