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Danish engineering firm awarded millions of euros for e-car technology

A new standard for charging electric cars will now be developed in Denmark with EU support.

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It should be fast and easy to upload e-cars in the future. With that aim, Danish engineering firm Eurisco succeeded in collecting DKK 2.2 million in EU subsidies to develop new chargers for electric cars.

Together with a Turkish partner, this will involve developing a new generation of electric car chargers.

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