Video by State Of Charge via YouTube
I interview the CEO of A2Z EV, Amine Zitour, and company engineer/consultant, Matt Smith about the build quality and potential safety concerns about the company’s NACS to CCS1 adapter.
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01:42 The interview begins
04:15 Who is A2Z EV?
06:09 Amine explains the improvements he’s made from the prototype to the final product
09:06 Matt explains the process he went through to improve the adapter
11:14 Amine and Matt explain how the adapter is constructed for safety
12:35 The higher power that the revised adapter can deliver
17:01 I ask Amine if he believes his adapter will be banned if it’s not endorsed by the OEMs
19:29 I ask Amine about safety certification
21:10 Amine and Matt weigh in on Ford’s announcement about offering free adapters
25:26 Matt offers his final points about the A2Z adapter
27:24 The wrapup
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