Hubject integrates Driveco charging points
Hubject has entered into a cooperation with the French charging infrastructure provider Driveco. This provides for the connection of Driveco charging points to the Intercharge network, but also enables Driveco to offer Plug&Charge at its stations.
As reported, Driveco aims to operate more than 60,000 charging points in Europe by 2030 and is relying on the integration of Hubject’s offering. Hubject, for its part, not only makes Driveco stations compatible with hundreds of mobility providers, but also enables drivers of electric vehicles to benefit from Plug&Charge functionality.
Driveco chose Hubject “to facilitate the search for cross-border charging stations”. This is because the biggest challenge is “to provide a sufficient number of charging stations that are accessible to as many people as possible”, according to the statement.
“Our development has accelerated significantly in recent years, and as part of our rapid roll-out, we have identified the key players that make our network more accessible to all,” says Sofiane Belkhodja, CTO of Driveco. “Our partnership with Hubject is a major step in this quest, allowing us to give international visibility to the Driveco fleet of charging stations, so that all EV drivers in Europe can charge their electric vehicles.”
Christian Hahn, Managing Director of Hubject, added: “Our partnerships enables all EV drivers to seamlessly access charging where they need it, no matter which eMobility service provider they hold a contract with. Driveco’s efforts to design a simple, accessible and reliable charging experience aligns with our goals for a global, interconnected charging network on the basis of eRoaming, and we are glad to have found such an engaged partner in France, one of our core markets.”