The days when EVs were mostly driven by the technically savvy are rapidly coming to an end. The charging ecosystem needs to prepare for a broader range of drivers.
While new users might accept that public charge points aren’t always available everywhere, they will expect a seamless and user-friendly experience when charging their cars. Many people still have negative assumptions that make them apprehensive about the process. What are we doing to address those issues right now? And what obstacles must eMobility players still overcome to make charging as smooth as our future customers will demand?
has·to·be gmbh believes that one key to achieving a seamless eCharging experience is to ensure interconnectivity between as many CPOs and MSPs as possible. That’s why we’ve been working to provide the largest MSP roaming network in Europe. Working as a white-label supplier means we can enable our clients to offer their drivers the most extensive coverage. This in turn is rapidly making terms such as “range anxiety” and “multiple RFID cards and apps” obsolete.
We’re convinced that powerful MSP networks will pave the way to seamless EV charging. Let’s take a look at our reasoning – and how we’re making such networks a reality!
Date: 19 November at 03:00 p.m CET
Your Expert of this Webinar Andreas Blin
Andreas Blin is Manager of International Sales & Business Development at has·to·be gmbh. In this capacity, Andreas deals daily with the mission of making eMobility tangible and easily accessible, thus reducing the effort for companies to enter the world of eMobility. With more than 20 years of experience in international business and sales in the industry as well as sales management experience, the graduate engineer of the University of Leoben brings a wealth of expertise to the has·to·be gmbh team.
About has·to·be gmbh
has·to·be paves the way for sustainable mobility. With its comprehensive EV Charging solution and innovative services, has·to·be provides everything companies require to enjoy success in the field of EV Charging: from the scalable operation of charging infrastructure to the end-to-end management of worldwide mobility solutions.
More than 120 employees from ten nations work at the headquarters of has·to·be gmbh in the federal province of Salzburg and its offices in Munich and Vienna.
Sabrina Wurzer, PR & Marketing Manager
Phone: +43 6452 21200-61