Electric vehicle charging platform provider Charzin has announced that it has signed an eRoaming commercial agreement with Hubject.
BERLIN, GERMANY, July 18, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — On July 6, electric vehicle charging platform provider Charzin announced that it had signed a commercial roaming agreement with Hubject, provider of the world’s largest electric vehicle roaming network, intercharge. As a result, Charzin’s EVZone card can be used not only domestically, but also in overseas markets in Europe and the United States.
Hubject also provides Plug&Charge (PnC) services to European electric vehicles sold in Korea. With Plug&Charge, drivers can plug their EV into a charging station and recharge instantly thanks to the automatic car-to-station authentication technology which also facilitates their payment. This service enables an intuitive, secure and automated EV charging experience.
Charzin’s vision is to offer its customers a sharing system on their platform where private charging stations can be used by the public in exchange for digital token rewards. Payments will use either an EVZONE card, cash or these tokens. By collaborating with Hubject and joining the intercharge network, Charzin is expanding the reach of its platform and creating an international and seamless charging experience for its South Korean user base.
“The domestic and overseas electric vehicle charging market is changing very rapidly, which will take a year to focus on good judgment. With the introduction of the EVZ token payment method, we expect to bring major changes to both the EV market and the blockchain market,” said Mr. Young-suk Choi, CEO of Charzin.
Christian Hahn, CEO of Hubject, adds that “At Hubject, we believe that the global adoption of emission-free mobility relies on international services and technologies for electric vehicle charging. That’s why we developed Plug&Charge and intercharge, to bring this vision of the future to life. We are happy to start our activities in the Korean market by joining forces with Charzin, a strong partner, who also champions the global accessibility of electric vehicle charging.
Founded in 2016, Charzin is a company specializing in providing electric vehicle charging platform and has the best platform development and operation capabilities in Korea. Charzin is the first company in the world that integrates the control of three charging devices: billing sockets (temporary authorization No. 1), slow and fast chargers, and has implemented an integrated platform for distributed energy resources (DER ) such as building power grid, remote meter reading and energy storage system (ESS), and provide global services such as the United States and Indonesia. In addition, Charzin is a company providing an energy platform that has obtained a special V2L demonstration that can sell electricity for electric vehicles and an electricity transaction that can be used for charging by directly purchasing electricity. renewable electricity.
Hubject simplifies the charging of electric vehicles. Through its eRoaming platform, called intercharge, the eMobility specialist connects charging station operators or CPOs and eMobility service providers or EMPs, enabling unified and network-independent access to charging infrastructure. With over 400,000 connected charging stations and over 1,000 B2B partners in 52 countries and four continents, Hubject has created the world’s largest multi-vendor charging network for electric vehicles by connecting CPO networks. Additionally, Hubject is a trusted advisory partner in the eMobility market, advising automakers, charging providers and other EV-related businesses looking to launch eMobility services or implement Plug&Charge implementation in accordance with ISO 15118.
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