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The future of mobility is electric. But the environmentally friendly and quiet electric cars need to be recharged before the journey. To ensure that charging is quick and safe and seamlessly integrated into the local energy supply, countless processes run in the background. Open and standardized interfaces between the vehicle, charging station and back-end as well as energy management systems guarantee that charging infrastructure can grow and constantly improve with the increasing success of electric mobility. This way a future-proof charging infrastructure is guaranteed. Reason enough to dedicate a series to these invisible helpers.

In a blog series, The Mobility House, the technology company and solution provider for everything to do with charging, explains which interfaces and standards are important for the market and what is generally important to know and observe.

The fifth part is dedicated to ISO 15118, the international standard which enables the bidirectional communication between an electric car and charging station.

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20% CO2 savings through intelligent charging shown by AUDI and The Mobility House

In 2020, electric cars reduced CO2 emissions in Germany already by a good 160,000 tons if the current electricity mix of 471 g CO2/kWh (2018, German Federal Environment Agency) is used to calculate the CO2 emissions. And this figure could even have been doubled if cars were charged exclusively with green electricity – at least that is the conclusion of an evaluation conducted by the energy company E.ON which compared the CO2 emissions produced by cars with combustion engines with those produced by electric cars. But since wind and solar-based renewable energy generation naturally fluctuates, more or less electricity generated from coal and gas inevitably ends up in electric car batteries depending on the time of day, which makes it not exclusively green.