LAS VEGAS — As automakers prepare to bring more electric models to market, the infrastructure to support them will continue to develop.
That was evident from all of the companies that specialize in charging infrastructure and batteries that were demonstrating new capabilities at CES meant to increase consumers' adoption of battery-electric vehicles.
Charging infrastructure so far has come from multiple companies with varying business models. But there is not a lot of consistency yet among the different models, said Stephanie Brinley, associate director, auto intelligence for S&P Global Mobility.
"We don't really have a solid set of standards yet, and that's one of the things that needs to evolve," she said.
CES gives companies a chance to highlight their new products for potential customers, Brinley said. Here is a sampling of some of the electrification technology on display at the show.