Since February 14th, DriWe charge columns have accepted the DKV CARD +Charge through Charge4Europe, joint venture DKV Euro Service and innogy eMobility Solutions. These two realities are matching their resources with an agreement aimed at promoting the electric mobility because one of the most important enabling factors of this green revolution is precisely the possibility of recharging almost everywhere, at home, in the office or in public charge points.
In Europe, nowadays hundreds of thousands of charge points are available, with many operators and several players. A key to improve the user experience of electric mobility users is reducing the number of cards and apps still necessary to enter all available infrastructures. “One key, one shot” is the mantra for all users.
Due to Charge4Europe, the joint venture established by DKV Euro Service and innogy eMobility Solutions, DKV has decided supplying a new function, included in the “same fuel card” customers are used to using for the charge, of any type and everywhere in Europe.
DriWe, one of the pioneer companies in electric mobility in Italy, with a relevant track record of EPC and O&M services in the whole Country, has been selected by DKV to join this new expansion plan, working together to find the best available way to simplify and to facilitate the user experience.
«We are honoured – stated Luca Secco, founder and CEO of DriWe – to work in such professional and efficient way with the management of Charge4Europe, contributing in carrying out this development plan, and in implementing together the best experience of transition towards the electric mobility».
As enthusiastic the witness by Christopher Schäckermann, managing director of Charge4Europe and director eMobility of DKV: «The roaming agreement signed with DriWe represents for Charge4Europe another significant stage towards the target of building the largest charge network in Europe. This agreement shares in further extending our network to over 130,000 acceptance points in all Europe».