Let's continue.SageBrush wrote: ↑Fri Jun 09, 2023 7:14 pmI suggest instead a thread consolidating all the charger infrastructure universe transition to NACS. We can cover manufacturers, installers, port conversions, and adapters.cwerdna wrote: ↑Fri Jun 09, 2023 6:29 pm Maybe I'll start another thread about this:
https://twitter.com/ABBNorthAmerica/sta ... 2830041091 says that ABB is adding NACS as an option on their products. ABB makes many models of DC FCs.
In that vein:
1. EVGO has said they will add NACS to their stations
2. Flo (mostly in Canada I think) will also add NACS to their stations
Tesla will design and manufacture NACS -> CCS adapters for legacy GM and Ford EVs. 'Expected in 2024'. I have my doubts that other CCS cars will be excluded, but I suppose it is possible for non-technical reasons. I'll guess more likely that the payment process will be less elegant and prone to the same handshaking time-outs as the present CCS system.
https://www.reuters.com/business/autos- ... 023-06-12/
June 12 (Reuters) - Electric vehicle charging equipment makers Blink Charging (BLNK.O), ChargePoint (CHPT.N) and Tritium (DCFC.O) said on Monday they will offer chargers with Tesla's connector, as the standard Combined Charging System (CCS) connector falls out of favor with automakers