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Want to design the cars of the future? CCS is the place to be.
The Japanese-backed charging-protocol group CHAdeMO readies its fast chargers for longer-range electric vehicles.
Swedish automaker Volvo says there should be a single charging system worldwide, and that it should be CCS.
Five projects will add more than 500 new CHAdeMO/CCS Combo fast chargers, making transcontinental EV travel easier.
AOL Autos is gearing up to give out the inaugural automotive Technology of the Year award next year to the most innovative development in the industry that helps vehicles be more communicative from the road.
EESTech Inc., a company based in Brisbane, Australia, owns the Asia-Pacific rights to a system called the Purenergy CO2 Capture System (CCS). This is supposed to be the world's first pre-engineered, modular CO2 capture system that can be retrofitted onto existing power plants or any large industrial greenhouse gas emitter.