Hubject Joins ReCharge Transaction Platform to Make Charging Even Easier and More Accessible

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Today, ReCharge Technologies Corporation is happy to announce a new strategic partnership with Hubject, a globally-recognized leader in enabling EV charging interoperability. Our mission is to enable in-vehicle, two-way communication and transactions across various services.

Hubject and ReCharge will work toward a shared goal of simplifying EV charging and further promoting EV adoption. The partnership will allow EV drivers with ReCharge equipped vehicles access to over 80,000 of Hubject’s global partner’s charging stations without the use of RFID cards or any direct payment input from the driver.

“Partnering with ReCharge was a natural fit for Hubject, because we are both focused on bringing innovative technology to the EV charging industry,” said Paul Glenney, North American CEO of Hubject. “Charging has traditionally been seen as one of the hurdles surrounding EV adoption but through our eRoaming platform and ReCharge’s connected vehicle technology, we can make charging even more convenient for users and help shift perceptions.”

Hubject’s eRoaming platform, called intercharge, allows EV drivers to easily find, access and pay at charging stations from various charging networks with one account, one card, one app and one bill. Currently Hubject is responsible for connecting over 350 different charging businesses, including automakers and utilities partners, allowing EV drivers to seamlessly charge at over 80,000 charge ports across the globe. The strategic partnership between ReCharge and Hubject takes this access directly into the dashboard of vehicles and allows automakers to integrate transactions for charging easily.

We’re excited to partner with Hubject because our priorities are very closely aligned. Making EV transportation easier is our main priority and partnering with like-minded companies, such as Hubject, allows us to advance toward this goal within the EV segment.

Aaron Fisher