Dubai: Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has joined the Charging Interface Initiative (CharIN) as a core member in order to reinforce its commitment to advancing green mobility and energy.
By joining CharIN, DEWA can actively participate in establishing industry standards for electric vehicle (EV) charging systems. The membership further allows DEWA to cooperate on developing new technologies to increase the efficiency of green mobility, reduce EV charging costs, and improve charging speed.
Additionally, DEWA’s involvement in CharIN ensures that the organisation remains aligned with global benchmarks and stays updated with the latest industry advancements.
CharIN is a prominent global association with more than 320 members committed to advancing interoperable and unified charging standards such as the Combined Charging System (CCS) and the Megawatt Charging System (MCS) for all types of vehicles.
“We are pleased to have DEWA as a core member of CharIN. We fully support DEWA setting up an EV charging network using industry standards, thus promoting EV charging and green mobility. As CharIN is extending its activities in the MENA region, it is very special for us to have DEWA, a key energy player in the region. DEWA brings its local experience to the technical working groups of CharIN. They jointly work with other members along the value chain on progressing relevant technologies for charging electric vehicles of all kinds to empower the next level of green mobility and energy,” Mr. Claas Bracklo, Chairman of CharIN, commented.