10 Nov 2011

Over the last few weeks, the launch of this blog has focused on key components related to the OSHA Safety Regulations that require testing and certification of certain products by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTL’s) for electric vehicles. This topic will be further explored next week, but there are several experts that provide insight and will be featured in upcoming blogs. These experts include:

  • Tim Hubbard, Director of Operations & Business Lead for Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage can address the following topics:  North American requirements for electric vehicle charge station certification; Third-party test services expansion within Large Format Energy Storage space.
  • Rich Byczek, Technical Lead for EV and Energy Storagecan address the following topics: UN 38.3 Transportation testing requirements for Lithium and Lithium-ion batteries; Certification options for EVSE (“Charge Stations for Electric Vehicles”); and Electronic Component Design Validation testing requirements and methods.

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