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In the last 2-3 years, there have been more and more incidents around public charging stations that are either run over, damaged or sockets that are dropped in the ground. Often, this leads to drivers being left without charge, especially those who arrive at the site with a low battery.

Now we can increasingly add cut cables, which are likely to disappear due to the copper content and market value in bulk.

As someone who works in this field, the term "system-threatening" comes to mind because anyone who has worked with charging stations knows what the thin margins are behind each set up public charger. 

Replacing parts of destroyed stations is also something where the market and all service arrangements have some way to go in terms of speed. It may take a few days for everything to be up and running again, unless it's a totally ruined charger.

As the transition accelerates and the number of electric cars continues to grow, the industry needs to start thinking about what design, safety and yes, counteracting cable cutting can look like now that the gas station is no longer the only source of fuel.

It may seem like a small, insignificant challenge, but it's more important than you might think for electric cars to be able to charge as smoothly and reliably as fossilists can refuel. For the sake of the customers and the transition!

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