Through ChargeHub’s collaboration with Holman, fleet operators are able to monitor and track all charging costs in one centralized location.  -  Photo: Canva

Through ChargeHub’s collaboration with Holman, fleet operators are able to monitor and track all charging costs in one centralized location.

Photo: Canva

ChargeHub announced a new collaboration with Holman that is poised to help commercial fleet operators simplify public charging for their electric vehicles (EVs), according to the company's news release.

The solution leverages ChargeHub’s proprietary application to provide access to more than 80,000 reliable charging locations throughout the United States and Canada while also processing payment, enhancing the public charging experience for drivers, and further streamlining the transition to EVs for fleet operators

Through ChargeHub’s collaboration with Holman, fleet operators are able to monitor and track all charging costs in one centralized location, eliminating potential blind spots or gaps in information while also alleviating an administrative burden. 

“This is an exciting time for commercial fleets to use the ChargeHub application as their gateway to a growing but fragmented ecosystem of charging networks,” said Simon Ouellette, CEO, ChargeHub. “We continue to increase the number of compatible charging stations across the United States and Canada to make our ChargeHub app, the solution of choice for commercial fleet operators. Our shared goal with Holman is to help fleet operators simplify and accelerate their transition to EVs through innovative technology designed to enhance the experience of driving an electric vehicle.”

ChargeHub Application’s eMSP Service

The ChargeHub application’s electric mobility service provider (eMSP) service is powered by ChargeHub’s Passport Hub.

The Passport EV Roaming Hub enables eMobility Service Providers (eMSPs) of all types to access the charging stations of multiple Charging Point Operators (CPOs) without the multiplication of business agreements, legal agreements, technical integrations, and reconciliation processes. 

As more eMSPs connect to the Passport Hub, more EV drivers gain access to more charging stations which they can activate using any eMSP account they prefer. Passport Hub has more than 25 partners and a coverage of more than 70% of networked CCS and J1772 chargers in the U.S. and Canada. 

“As a growing number of organizations continue to embrace electric vehicles, convenient access to the full range of the public charging infrastructure is vital to mitigating range anxiety and making the transition to EVs as seamless as possible,” said Emily Graham, director of Sustainability & Electrification as a Service (EaaS), Holman. “ChargeHub’s vision for the optimal EV ownership experience aligns perfectly with the experience we strive to provide to our customers and their drivers and we’re excited to leverage the natural synergies of our organizations to provide this innovative solution to fleet operators throughout North America.”

The eMSP application provided by ChargeHub may require close to zero development and maintenance from partners and the integration is simplified by a dedicated team of software developers, EV charging industry experts, and data scientists.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

About the author
News/Media Release

News/Media Release

Staff

Our editorial staff has selected and edited this news release for clarity and brand style because we believe it is relevant to our audience.

View Bio
0 Comments