We are pleased to announce that our electric vehicle charging station has successfully passed the testing and certification of the Open Charge Alliance (OCA), an important global open standards organization. This certification proves the technical capability and stability of our company’s charging station, which meets the relevant standards and requirements of OCA.
Founded in 2010, the OCA is a globally recognized consortium of public and private electric vehicle infrastructure leaders that promote open standards through the development of the Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) and the Open Smart Charging Protocol (OSCP). The OCA aims to ensure interoperability between charging stations and electric vehicles and to accelerate the adoption of electric mobility through the development of open standards.
SCU’s EV charger underwent rigorous testing and certification by OCA and was found to be fully compliant with the organization’s OCPP and OSCP protocols, meeting all of the interoperability and performance requirements set forth by the OCA.
“We are thrilled to have successfully passed the OCA certification, which demonstrates our commitment to developing high-quality, interoperable charging solutions that meet the needs of electric vehicle drivers and charging network operators,” said Mr. Chen, CEO of SCU. “As the electric vehicle market continues to grow, we are dedicated to providing reliable and innovative charging solutions that enable the widespread adoption of electric mobility.”
The passing of this certification not only proves the technological and quality advantages of our company’s EV chargers but more importantly, lays a solid foundation for promoting the development of the electric vehicle industry. We will continue to be committed to developing high-quality and reliable charging pile products, making greater contributions to the electric travel industry.