GreenFlux and Hubject partner to enable sustainable mobility for all with Plug&Charge
Amsterdam, August 24, 2023: GreenFlux, a DKV Mobility Group company, today announced the successful implementation of Hubject’s Plug&Charge technology onto its platform. The deployment marks a crucial step in the eMobility platform provider’s pursuit to accelerate the transition towards sustainable mobility and make EV driving accessible to all.
Following the successful implementation and tests with hardware and car manufacturers, GreenFlux is now ready to deploy the Plug&Charge feature to its CPO platform customers. CPO customers can offer the feature to their clients once the charge stations are updated with the latest firmware and the required list of certificates is in place.
‘The addition of Hubject’s Plug&Charge technology further allows GreenFlux to promote renewable transportation at scale,’ stated Suthalan Gnanes, Managing Director and Chief Commercial Officer. ‘This integration demonstrates our commitment to providing the best possible EV charging experience for our customers and our commitment towards sustainable mobility.’
We are very proud to work with such a committed partner as GreenFlux. This marks another great step for the industry, by providing more secure and customer-friendly solutions than before. — Christian Hahn, CEO Hubject GmbH
GreenFlux’s Plug&Charge functionality is based on the ISO15118 protocol, which allows a fully automated charging process. By partnering with Hubject, each of the software provider’s CPO customers can roll out the Plug&Charge feature once their charge stations are updated with the latest firmware. Once updated, EV drivers using charge stations of these CPOs can directly pay for their charging sessions without using app-based payment methods, RFID, or credit cards. With Plug&Charge, the authentication begins as soon as the drivers connect their vehicle to a charge station.
GreenFlux pursues a future where wind and sun charge every vehicle. Since 2011, GreenFlux has empowered charge point operators and mobility service providers to help drivers transition to electric mobility and to operate an efficient, sustainable business. The GreenFlux platform enables customers to manage EV charging operations at scale, optimise revenue, extend network access, and offer outstanding driver experiences. GreenFlux is part of the DKV Mobility Group.
Hubject simplifies the charging of electric vehicles. Through its eRoaming platform intercharge the eMobility specialist connects Charge Point Operators (CPOs) and eMobility Service Providers (EMPs)to provide standardized access to charging infrastructure regardless of any network. Hubject has established the world’s largest cross-provider charging network for electric vehicles by connecting CPO networks encompassing over 600,000 connected charging points and more than 2,000 B2B partners across 60 countries and four continents.