EVSE

AcronymDefinition
EVSEElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment
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The automatic participation of EVSEs to DR events of power curtailment (within EV Programs) and/or power generation (within DER Programs) is managed by two communication processes: OpenADR 2.
We need to aggressively make EVSE standards across residential, workplace, and public locations.
One factor that could limit the spread of EVSE, according to Pike Research, is the great variety between countries in terms of regulations, government support for EVs and charging infrastructure, and technologies.
Bill Williams, business development manager at Telefonix Inc, said, 'We are thrilled to introduce our wall-mounted PowerPost EVSE at the Portland Auto Show, because of Portland's leadership in growing electric vehicle infrastructure.
Atlas EVSE products will be UL listed, fully tested and incorporate the latest safety features along with NEMA rating for indoor and outdoor installations.
Both safety and performance are important in the operation of EVSE charging points and for this, they need to conform to IEC 61851-1, which deals with electrical safety and with the characteristics of the vehicle under charge and its requirement to be adequately earthed.
A 220/240-volt station is known as a Level 2 EVSE Charging Station.
The DOE has specified that the next-generation EVSE should support smart-grid functionality.
James Blain, President of PEP Stations LLC, said, 'EP Stations, successfully tested by Intertek, meets all relevant EVSE UL compliance standards.
According to a recent report from Pike Research, a part of Navigant's Energy Practice, annual revenue from EVSE sales will grow from $355 million in 2012 to more than $3.
The plug in charging can be done at home through the electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) at home or at public EVSE stations where they have to pay for charging.