EVCS enables roaming across its West Coast EV charging network by partnering with ChargeHub

Two North American EV charging network companies, California-based EVCS and Quebec-based ChargeHub, have announced a partnership: EVCS will join ChargeHub’s Passport Hub platform as a charge point operator (CPO).

The aim, according to EVCS, is to open its network to a broad range of EV drivers using a variety of e-mobility service providers (eMSPs), and allow them to use web-based or mobile apps of their choice to discover, locate, charge and pay on the EVCS network. ChargeHub’s Passport Hub, says EVCS, simplifies roaming between CPOs and eMSPs through a single agreement, a single platform integration and a single accounting process.

EVCS currently has more than 700 AC Level 2 and DC fast chargers in service, and has plans to double its network size across California, Oregon and Washington in 2023.

Source: EVCS

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