Ericsson develops technology to help decrease EV charging costs
Recently, Ericsson, Volvo, Göteborg Energi, and Viktoria Institute together came up with an initiative that could pretty much pull the load of EV owners, helping make the event of charging electric cars simpler and slightly less expensive. Telecommunication firm Ericsson from Sweden has designed a mobile technology that makes it easier for EVs to connect to electricity grids. This enables better control over charging and allows for scheduled charges with the costs of specific charging times being mentioned. Also, the system helps prevent overcharging and helps decrease electricity bills substantially, making owning an electric car a more pocket-easy affair.