UL expands its Frankfurt – Neu-Isenburg facility


UL announced the expansion of its Frankfurt – Neu-Isenburg facility for testing and certification of new electric vehicle (EV) charging.

The expansion adds capacity to the existing facility allowing UL to service a more diverse range of EV chargers and related equipment.

This includes testing facilities addressing Level 1 and Level 2 AC charging – up to 12 kW – as well as Level 3 DC fast charging – up to 150 kW.

AC charging, long the backbone of the EV charging market, is optimal in home and office locations for individual EVs only requiring short distance travel.

UL Frankfurt – Neu-Isenburg facility is one of the most important EV charging testing footprints in Europe.

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