Hubject has entered into a cooperation with SPIE CityNetworks and ‘Syndicat Départemental d’Énergies’ of the district Yonne (SDEY) to integrate their EV charging offerings. SDEY’s and SPIE’s charging stations may now be used by anybody signed up to Hubject’s intercharge.
SDEY networks span more than 4,000 km in Burgundy. At the same time, the consortium manages electricity and gas supply on behalf of its member municipalities. Rural electrification is at the core of SDEY business and where it meets SPIE. A French subsidiary of the SPIE Group, SPIE CityNetworks promotes regional development with applications such as electric vehicle charging stations which they have set up for SDEY.
By cooperating with Hubject, users in the region have now become a part of the intercharge network. In turn, intercharge users from elsewhere may now charge in Burgundy.
Based in Berlin, Hubject has been growing first in Europe and lately beyond. A subsidiary set up with Voltacharge has opened the doors to the States, while Hubject is also working on its market entry into China.
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