The South Korean EV charging provider Charzin has joined Hubject’s e-roaming platform intercharge to enable subscribers to use their cards in the US and Europe. Hubject also provides Plug&Charge services to European EVs sold in Korea.
Charzin offers a sharing system that allows users to open private charging stations for public use in exchange for digital tokens on the EVZONE card. By collaborating with Hubject, Charzin says it is widening the scope of its platform and creating an international and seamless charging experience for its South Korean user base.
” The domestic and overseas electric vehicle charging market is changing very rapidly,” said Young-suk Choi, CEO of Charzin. “With the introduction of the EVZ token payment method, we expect to bring major changes to both the electric vehicle market and the blockchain market.”
Christian Hahn, CEO of Hubject, said they were “happy to start our activities in the Korean market by joining forces with Charzin.”
Hubject now claims over 400,000 connected charging points and more than 1,000 B2B partners in 52 countries and four continents.
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