During Paris Motor Show, GIREVE and ChargeMap announced that they had signed an agreement to connect ChargeMap, a company specialized in EV charge point localisation, to GIREVE’s interoperability platform.
With this agreement, ChargeMap starts connecting to GIREVE, aiming at lauching its mobility offer. This new service will allow the 75000 members of ChargeMap to have easy access to charge point networks connected to GIREVE.
The community of ChargeMap users will thus have acess to real-time availability of charge points, and to charge payment for all networks that chose to connect to GIREVE.
“The connection to GIREVE’s platform was a necessary step to achieve ChargeMap’s mission : make it easier for EV drivers to charge,” said Yoann Nussbaumer, ChargeMap’s president.
Bruno Lebrun, GIREVE’s CEO, said that “this agreement show the relevance of our platform, enabling innovative players such as ChargeMap to deliver new mobility offers and have access to numerous charge points already connected to GIREVE.”
Chargemap offers the largest map to find charging stations in Europe. EV drivers can contribute to enhance Chargemap’s information thanks to the mobile app. It allows each drivers to add pictures, comments, charging stations and even edit useful information. Chargemap’s validation team checks each contribution before its publication in order to guarantee the quality and accuracy.
With the Chargemap Pass, EV drivers are able to charge on many charging networks partners using a single badge. This charging card fits perfectly with the mobile application which displays the compatible charging stations and the Chargemap Pass’ charges history.
Learn more : https://chargemap.com
Benefitting from a strong growth since its creation in 2013 by major players of electric mobility Renault, Enedis, the Caisse des depots and CNR, GIREVE is now playing a central role in the digital transformation of electric mobility in Europe. Its development is increasing further with the arrival of the Fond de Modernisation Ecologique des Transports (FMET) dedicated to investing in infrastructures that contribute to the ecological modernisation of transportation.
Learn more: https://www.gireve.com