Ensure the quality, safety and interoperability of your charging infrastructure
e-Mobility infrastructure refers to the charging infrastructure and connectors needed for new energy vehicles. The widespread adoption of e-Mobility can only be achieved by having safe, reliable and convenient charging infrastructure in place. This is a major factor in consumer acceptance. Modern energy grids can provide the electricity. The key is making this supply safe, convenient and compatible.
Manufacturers of charging infrastructure and connectors are developing equipment based on new technologies that require extensive testing and certification to relevant standards by an independent party.
e-Mobility infrastructure services allow you to:
Working side by side with companies and local authorities worldwide, TÜV SÜD is laying the foundation for battery-charging infrastructure. We have decades of experience in testing and certifying conventional filling stations. Now we are using this experience to help establish global electric vehicle industry safety standards.
Our team of multidisciplinary experts leverages extensive expertise in the areas of automotive, infrastructure, battery and alternative energy concepts to help top industry players develop and test e-Mobility technologies. Our experts provide the full range of services for electric vehicle charging infrastructure and systems. From site assessment and selection to the initial testing and certification of charging units, as well as on-site commissioning inspection after installation.
With our globally accredited laboratories (DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025) we assist you in testing your products and overcoming existing challenges.
TÜV SÜD provides testing and certification of charging infrastructure, including charging stations, connectors and electrical components for:
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