Engineering 101

How to Develop a Charging Infrastructure with the Help of Smart Charging Solutions

Sponsored by Sager Electronics

Electric vehicles (EVs) are gaining significant market share in the industry. Sales of EVs are increasing in response to rising fuel costs and the need for green transportation. The main advantage of electric mobility is that it greatly improves people’s quality of life by offering a clean alternative to the traditional internal combustion engine. But for this EV wave to truly succeed, charging infrastructure will need to be expanded. It needs to be convenient for drivers, cost-efficient, accessible, fast…. And so, we see governments around the world working on policies supporting sustainable transport, like urban electric transportation, tax policies, and regulations.

Today, we’re here to talk about e-mobility and the necessary charging infrastructure to bring us into the future with smart charging solutions with Juan Duran, Key Account Manager, Industrial BU, TE Connectivity and Chris Skinner Supplier Marketing & Product Manager, Sager Electronics. We’ll discuss the differences between AC and DC charging stations, challenges design engineers are up against and some important solutions that will meet the needs regardless off power level or charging speed requirements.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Different levels of EV charging
  • Difference between AC and DC charging
  • Testing, standards, and UL
  • Will DC charging stations replace our gas stations?
  • Cooling options
  • Future of EV charging

Panelists: 

  • Juan Alberto Duran, Key Account Manager, Industrial BU, TE Connectivity
  • Chris Skinner, Supplier Marketing & Product Manager, Sager Electronics

Learn More:

TE Connectivity’s EV Charging Information Hub: click here

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