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Grid-efficient charging is an important component in integrating the growing number of electric vehicles into the energy system of the future. A legal framework is currently being discussed which could in future oblige e-vehicle drivers to pay a surcharge for the ability to charge their vehicles unconditionally. A recent user study by the University of Passau, which was carried out as part of the research project Bidirectional Charging Management, indicates that this kind of regulation could affect the desired market deployment of electric mobility. ...
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