Charging interoperability pioneer Hubject has partnered with Los Angeles-based startup MOEV, a provider of chargers and cloud-based energy management software. The two companies will integrate their respective platforms in order to offer consumers a full-service charging resource.
Hubject’s Intercharge platform enables EV drivers to easily find, access and pay for charging stations from diverse charging networks with one account, one card, one app, and one bill.
Among MOEV’s products is a quad charger that uses an AI algorithm to charge 4 EVs simultaneously using a single electrical circuit. EV drivers can utilize a MOEV quad charging station at several locations in California including La Kretz Innovation Campus in downtown Los Angeles.
“Inclusion on a widely adopted platform such as Hubject is a great added value to EV drivers, making charging easy to find and use,” said Dr. Rajit Gadh, Scientific Advisor at MOEV.
“[MOEV is] working on innovative, consumer-friendly answers to EV charging challenges, making them a great fit for the Hubject community,” said Paul Glenney, North American CEO of Hubject.