Manufacturers of ev connectors often sell their ev connectors with cables. In order to sell the Type 1, Type 2, CCS 1 or CCS 2 ev charging cables in Europe, the manufacturers will have to get their version of certificates. As part of the plugged cable, the TPE cables’ illegality in Europe means the manufacturers of electric vehicle connectors have to update their TUV or CE certificates too. Any one plugged or two plugged ev charging cable with TPE jacket won’t be eligible to have a TUV or CE mark if the manufacturer has got the TUV certificate updated according to “EN50620 2017/A1:2019”. So it’s important to check with the manufacturers whether they have got the latest TUV or CE certificates before buying TPE jacketed ev charging cables.