Developed countries across the globe are rapidly moving towards widespread adoption of electric vehicles. This is driving the associated charging infrastructure which is necessary to sustain the adoption of EVs. It is expected that the EV and EVSE market of the future will be radically different from what it is today, so it is necessary to future proof the electric vehicle supply equipment technology keeping in mind the latest regulations and policies. This presents a challenge to present day Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) of electric vehicle supply equipment who are responding by developing intelligent charging infrastructure, also referred to as smart charging infrastructure.
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