EVCS, an EV fast charging network operator, will add its charging network to Hubject’s intercharge platform.
With almost 700 AC Level 2 and DC fast chargers, EVCS offers drivers a network of chargers across California, Oregon and Washington.
Hubject’s eroaming platform allows drivers to use public chargers from various networks with no need for separate apps or cards—it’s analogous to the systems that allow cell phone users to roam among different networks.
Now that EVCS is part of the Hubject system, EV drivers will have greater freedom to use web-based or mobile apps of their choice to discover, locate, charge and pay on the EVCS network.
“As more drivers adopt EVs, the industry needs better solutions to enable easier, faster and more equitable access to public EV charging. Drivers want a hassle-free charging experience without too many requirements to access a charger,” said Gustavo Occhiuzzo, CEO of EVCS. “Roaming through Hubject’s intercharge platform allows EVCS to meet the needs of EV drivers more effectively by granting eMSPs full access to one of the largest charge point operators on the West Coast.”