SWTCH and Hubject to expand roaming for North American EV charging

Toronto-headquartered EV charging technology company SWTCH Energy and Berlin-headquartered eRoaming network Hubject have collaborated to allow EV drivers using the SWTCH app to charge at any of Hubject’s 600,000 charging points in 52 countries across four continents.

SWTCH has provided access to Plug & Charge on its chargers, allowing drivers to initiate payment without app-based methods, RFID charge cards or credit cards.

“Charger availability and ease of use are vital to make the EV transition accessible to all,” said SWTCH CEO Carter Li. “This partnership agreement with Hubject will bring a positive charging experience to our drivers, while providing more charging opportunities where they live, work and everywhere in between.”

Source: Hubject

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