Hubject and Ubitricity have decided to collaborate across Europe. All future public charging points in Europe that will be operated by Ubitricity will automatically be available on Hubject’s eRoaming network.
The agreement is not just for the EU: The 2,200 charging points that Ubitricity operates in the UK will also become part of Hubject’s network. According to the company, it is the second-largest charging network in the UK.
“eMobility is a global trend – therefore I believe in global solutions which help to reduce the complexity for EV drivers – or to better use, an old statement: think global – act local – also for EV charging,” says Hubject CEO Christian Hahn. Lex Hartman, CEO of Ubitircity, adds: “With Hubject, we can now make our charge points available to an even wider range of EV drivers. All you need is a smartphone and a standard cable”.
Ubitricity’s existing charging points will be integrated into the Hubject network by the end of 2020 when the charging points can be used through the usual access points of the Hubject partner network. All newly installed charging points of the Berlin-based company will be integrated automatically.
With over 250,000 connected charging stations and more than 750 B2B partners in 43 countries and four continents, Hubject has built what it claims is the world’s largest multi-vendor charging system for electric vehicles – the Intercharge Platform – by connecting CPO networks. Founded in 2008, Ubitricity is best known for its lantern charging points, but now also offers other charging solutions.
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