An EV charging standards war ignited by Tesla’s innovative charging technology

The Station is a weekly transportation newsletter that covers news on past, present, and future means of moving people and packages. To receive the full edition of the newsletter every weekend in your inbox, sign up here by clicking The Station for free. This week, two U.S. automakers, Ford and GM, have decided to integrate Tesla charging tech into their next-generation of EVs starting in 2025. The Tesla charging connector design, known as the North American Charging Standard, is gaining momentum and causing an EV charging standards war with people and companies taking sides. Other news in transportation includes e-bike subsidies and a company that wants to reinvent urban mobility in Romania and Europe. Deals highlighted this week included American Battery Materials merging with Seaport Global Acquisition II Corp, Carvana’s volatile week, and Nikola not getting enough investors to vote on a proposal that would allow them to issue more shares.

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