With the number of electric vehicles on the roads growing, it’s becoming very clear that here in the United States we don’t yet have the infrastructure needed to support all-electric roads. In addition to a lack of available charging stations, education and training of first responders and auto workers also needs to be addressed.
Fortunately, the American National Standards Institute is on the job, and has created the Electric Vehicles Standards Panel, known as the EVSP. The EVSP will be charged with establishing standardization suggestions that will allow for safe and supported electric vehicle growth in the United States.
Jim Pauley, co-chair of the EVSP and senior vice president of external affairs and government relations for Schneider Electric, sat down with FenderBender to discuss the EVSP’s mission and goals. Check out the full interview!