The joint venture Charge4Europe between Euro Service and innogy successfully launched its operations. Charge4Europe’s mission is to develop a European, brand-independent charging network and make this available to its shareholders and their customers.
In July, Charge4Europe signed a licence agreement with Hubject, one of the largest international e-roaming platform operators, building on DKV and innogy’s successful business ties with Hubject.
“This agreement allows us to speed up the development of one of the largest brand-independent charging networks to help us reach our ambitious targets,” said Suthalan Gnanes, Supplier Management eMobility DKV Euro Service. Christian Hahn, CEO of Hubject added: “I look forward to welcoming Charge4Europe, our new ambitious partner in electric mobility, who will help set up an open and common marketplace for electric mobility using new and innovative strategies.”
innogy and DKV founded the Charge4Europe company to meet the needs of a significant increase in the demand for user-friendly, end-to-end solutions and services for EV fleets that is anticipated, particularly from commercial customers. Under the joint venture, the companies plan to work together to develop a European-wide roaming network of public charging points for EV fleets.
Charge4Europe plans to set-up almost 100,000 charging points along with its partners across Europe.