Install the identification tags of the correct option for recharging electric motorcycles from March 20, 2021 throughout Europe
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From March 20 this year, ie from the next 18 days, in accordance with the requirements of the EU Directive on the establishment of alternative fuel infrastructure (2014/94 / EU) the use of labels for electric vehicles and charging stations throughout Europe. Is used.
The aim is to help consumers identify the right charging option for their battery-powered electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid-electrics by coordinating labeling throughout the EU.
Labels on all electric motors in addition to charging stations; Newly produced mopeds, motorcycles, tricycles and quad bikes, as well as vans, trucks, buses, are clearly visible.
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To help consumers and charging operators understand these new labels, a coalition of European vehicle manufacturers, charging infrastructure operators and the electricity industry has published informative brochures.
According to Motorcycle News, these brochures, in the form of questions and answers, explain the purpose of these labels, their design, and in which vehicles they are displayed.
These brochures, along with information on coordinated fuel labels for internal combustion engines introduced in 2018, are available online at www.fuel-identifiers.eu.
It is noteworthy that:
A standard by the European Committee for Standardization defines the technical design and format of new labels (CEN standard EN17186) in accordance with the versions of the guidelines (EU / 2014/94).
Brochures on electric vehicle labels and charging infrastructure have been prepared by the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA), the European Motorcycle Industry Association (ACEM), ChargeUp Europe, CharIN and Eurelectric.
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- Reporter: Mohammad Ali Nejadian