The mobile payment service Wirecard is expanding their cooperation with the Austrian IT company Enio, in order to act as a service provider on a European charging network with more than 8,000 EV charging stations.
After the two companies created a cash-less payment system for charging stations via an app two years ago, they have now added the option for EV drivers to pay with a credit or debit card from Visa or Mastercard, without having to install the app.
According to Fritz Vogel, CEO and partner at Enio, the expansion will not stop there, however: More large projects are planned together with Wirecard, aiming to increase customer satisdaction and expand the charging network by 500,000 new charging stations over the next five years. By 2030, they plan to add 4 million more. Roland Toch, managing director at Wirecard, added that they plan to help expand the use of e-mobility in Europe, and support the digitalization of payment processes in the sector as well.
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