The two EV charging infrastructure specialists from Germany and China have entered a collaboration to connect their charging networks, opening the door for new customers from around the world.
The Chinese Star Charge will introduce Hubject to it’s Chinese network of 20,000 charge points, as well as connecting the charging network. In return, Hubject will help Star Charge establish themselves on the European market. The collaboration is expected to “accelerate further market development in relation to eMobility and support the emergence of standardised market models worldwide.”
Once the two companies have completed the merging of their networks, they will own the largest charging network on the planet, with over 100,000 charge points available. Hubject CEO Christian Hahn said the following about their new partner: “In Star Charge we have found the perfect partner in China who will help us to push on with our vision of customer-oriented charging in this very important market.”
Hubject currently is running a network with over 80,000 charging stations and more than 300 B2B partners in 26 countries. The addition of the Chinese market will enable them to make a major breakthrough, internationally. Hubject was founded in 2012 as a joint venture of the BMW Group, Bosch, Daimler, EnBW, innogy, Siemens and the Volkswagen Group.
Source: press release
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