Charging infrastructure specialist Enel X Romania has joined the Hubject network. Specifically, over 160 charging points from Enel X in Romania will become part of Hubject’s Intercharge roaming platform. Until now, access to Enel X Romania’s charging points was only possible via the JuicePass app.
Enel X Romania is present in 20 cities in Romania with its good 160 charging points. The charging points are located in both public and private areas, at shopping centres or supermarkets. “By joining Hubject, we want to increase accessibility for e-car drivers, first in Romania and in Eastern Europe, and offer them the possibility to charge their cars without worrying about who their provider is or if they are abroad,” says Mihai Mardale, Head of E-Mobility at Enel X Romania.
“We are convinced that our agreement with Enel X Romania will have a positive impact on the penetration of e-vehicles in the region and look forward to a growing cooperation,” adds Christian Hahn, CEO of Hubject. The Berlin-based company already cooperates with other players in the local market. Through the cooperation with Enel X Romania, about 80 per cent of the charging points in Romania would become part of Hubject’s roaming platform, according to an accompanying statement.
Hubject says it has established a global cross-supplier charging network with more than 300,000 connected charging points and more than 960 B2B partners in 52 countries on four continents. Just the other day, the Berlin-based company renewed its roaming deal with Plugsurfing. Hubject was founded in 2012 and is a joint venture of the BMW Group, Bosch, Mercedes-Benz, EnBW, Enel X, Innogy, Siemens and the Volkswagen Group.
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