Hubject has entered into a cooperation with ultra-fast charging venture Scandinavia ApS. The 48 fast charging parks of the joint venture belonging to E.On and Clever in Denmark, Norway and Sweden will be connected to Hubject’s EV charging platform intercharge.
Hubject expects that the cooperation with the ultra-fast charging venture Scandinavia ApS “significantly extends the influence of its eMobility network”. End users will be able to use the Scandinavian-wide charging network with only one access required.
“Providing easy access to our stations for all customers is a fundamental need to accelerate electric mobility across Scandinavia,” says Mathias Wiecher, co-managing director of Scandinavia ApS. Hubject CEO Christian Hahn shares a similar view: “Cooperating across country borders, industries and partners, to the ultimate benefit to the end-customer is a necessity to propel E-Mobility into the centre stage of transportation”.
The Danish eMobility service provider Clever and the energy provider E.On founded the joint venture at the beginning of 2019. 28 HPC stations in Denmark and Sweden were funded under the EU Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) program, and the 20 stations in Norway were additionally developed.
The first charging park was opened before the end of 2019 in Fredericia, Denmark. Depending on their location, the HPC parks are to have two to six charging points. As each charging station offers a CSS and CHAdeMO charging point (here max. 100 kW), there are consequently between one and three charging points per station.
According to Hubject, which now has over 750 B2B partners, over 270,000 charging points are connected to the intercharge network. The charging stations are spread over 52 countries on four continents.
Source: Press release via email