26 May, 2024

Electrip Global, Hubject Form Alliance to Expand EV Charging Network

Electrip Global Ltd’s ZES and electrip have embarked on a partnership with Hubject, the preeminent global EV charging network provider, to spearhead advancements in e-roaming services.

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, 5th April 2024 – In a strategic initiative aimed at bolstering the EV charging infrastructure, ZES, a leading charge point operator in Turkey, and electrip, a dynamic new entrant in the European CPO market, have announced their collaboration with Hubject, the global leader in EV charging networks. This partnership, formalized on 21st March by İ. Sinan Ak, CEO of Electrip Global Ltd, and Christian Hahn, CEO of Hubject, will see the integration of around 4000 ZES stations in Turkey and electrip’s network across several European nations into Hubject’s comprehensive e-roaming network. This integration seeks to provide EV drivers with a seamless and interconnected charging experience, granting them access to a wide array of e-mobility service providers throughout Europe.

İ. Sinan Ak, CEO of Electrip Global Ltd, expressed his views on the partnership: “We launched ZES in 2018 to support electric vehicle owners in Turkey with our intra and intercity charging stations, and recently introduced “electrip” in Europe to speed up the electric vehicle revolution. As state-of-the-art brands, we are glad to sign this valuable partnership with Hubject. This collaboration will help us to make electric vehicles more accessible and usable throughout Turkey and European countries. This is an essential part of our overall plan to reduce carbon emissions and protect our planet with our contribution to the expansion of e-mobility ecosystem.”

Christian Hahn, CEO of Hubject, also commented on the collaboration: “We’re happy to welcome ZES and electrip into the inter-charge CPO network. This partnership will help them to strengthen their infrastructure in the countries where they operate. It means thousands of EV drivers will be able to easily find and use ZES and electrip charging stations and others that are part of Hubject’s e-roaming network, which in turn is a big step in the right direction of encouraging drivers to switch to electric.”

This collaboration marks a pivotal step forward in connecting and enhancing the EV charging infrastructure, ensuring a more sustainable and accessible future for electric mobility.


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