Berlin-based Hubject, which provides an “eRoaming” platform for the exchange of data among charging networks, is expanding its operations from Europe and Japan to the US and China.
As Hubject sees it, the large number of non-standardized charging networks makes it difficult to ensure a smooth charging process, holding back the advance of e-mobility. The company aims to overcome these obstacles by establishing a comprehensive digital charging network in cooperation with local providers and operators.
“With the expansion of our company, we are taking our vision to new continents,” says Thomas Daiber, one of Hubject’s two CEOs. “We want to create a digital ecosystem for new e-mobility services from which everybody can benefit.”
“Mobility has the power to connect people and ideas,” says Co-CEO Christian Hahn. “With our platform, we are creating a charging network for electric vehicles throughout the world, regardless of previous national and system borders.”