Indian Government To Launch Common Charger For All Electronic Device Soon

The government will conduct a conference with industry stakeholders to discuss the possibility of adopting a single charger for mobile phones.
Indian Government To Launch Common Charger For All Electronic Device Soon
The possibility of adopting a single charger for mobile phones and other portable electronic devices.

The government will conduct a conference with industry stakeholders to discuss the possibility of adopting a single charger for mobile phones and other portable electronic devices, on Wednesday.

The meeting, which will be chaired by Consumer Affairs Secretary Rohit Kumar Singh, will take place after lunch and will be attended by producers of portable electronic devices such as laptops and smartphones.

The gathering will include members from sector-specific organizations, industry bodies CII and FICCI, and IIT Delhi and IIT BHU.

"The conference will be more exploratory. We would strive to learn from stakeholders how to implement a common charger in India. We will also make an effort to comprehend their worries "According to the secretary.

Europe is already attempting to implement this standard

He highlighted that Europe is already attempting to implement this standard.

In addition to eliminating e-waste, the conference with sector-specific organizations will analyze the feasibility of terminating the usage of numerous chargers in India and reducing the burden on customers.

European Union will adopt a USB-C port universal charging standard for tiny electronic devices

Because the ports on the present charger are incompatible, users are currently obliged to purchase a separate charger every time they purchase a new gadget.

The European Union has declared that it will adopt a USB-C port universal charging standard for tiny electronic devices by 2024. A comparable demand exists in the United States.

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