The EU aims to build a unified charging ecosystem across the region

AutotechInsight Analysis Monthly

The new rules under the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) primarily mandate three types of targets for charger deployment — distance-based, power output-based and mandates for charging-point operators. These regulations are applicable to both light-duty and heavy-duty vehicle segments.

In July, an important piece of legislation related to electric vehicle charging received a boost in Europe. Members of the European Parliament (MEP) approved and adopted the new proposed rules under the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR).

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