Formula E testing will get back underway in Valencia after investigations into a garage fire earlier in the week was concluded.
The all-electric World Championship began its first test ahead of the new season in Spain earlier this week but the opening day was cut short after a fire in the Williams Advanced Engineering garage, where a battery exploded before igniting.
Day two of the test was cancelled with one person taken to hospital for precautionary checks, before bing discharged without treatment.
A statement from the FIA confirming running would resume read: "Following the incident that happened on Tuesday and subsequent investigations, the FIA has authorized Formula E pre-season testing to resume today from 2pm CET.
"The investigations and findings provided by the technical suppliers and reviewed by the FIA confirm that it is acceptable for on-track activity to go ahead. Pre-season testing will now continue through Friday.
"An updated on-track session schedule will be distributed soon."