Published on March 17th, 2019 | by Sponsored Content0
How ISO 15118 ‘Plug&Charge’ Simplifies EV Charging & Drives EV Adoption: A Webinar With Hubject + CleanTechnica
Join CleanTechnica’s Zachary Shahan in conversation with Barton Sidles, the Director of Corporate and Business Development at Hubject Inc.’s North American subsidiary, for a free webinar 21 March, at 9am PDT/12pm EDT.: register here to join the conversation live. This webinar will also be livestreamed on CleanTechnica’s Facebook page.
How is Plug&Charge Moving Charging Forward?
In addition to his Director role, Sidles is Hubject’s resident Plug&Charge expert. In this webinar he will provide an overview of how the system works and discuss why it’s such an important advancement in EV charging infrastructure. Sidles will also explain how its capabilities will drive EV adoption and empower many additional enhancements and features for automakers and utilities.
Plug&Charge, otherwise known as ISO/IEC 15118, is a robust communication protocol that will dramatically simplify charging by eliminating the need for apps, RFID cards, and credit cards to access chargers.
In addition to creating the best user experience for charging, the advanced communication protocol paves the road for smart charging, bi-directional charging, inductive charging and enhancements needed for autonomous driving.
More about Barton + Hubject
Barton Sidles has more than 25 years of experience in international business development, disruptive mobility operations, clean energy, transportation, sales/marketing, mergers and acquisitions and PR. Prior to joining Hubject, he helped to launch Green Commuter, an EV vanpool/car share service.
Hubject is a consulting partner to automakers, charging providers and other EV-related businesses looking to launch eMobility services or implement Plug&Charge using ISO 15118. Additionally, its eRoaming platform, called intercharge, connects more charge port operators and eMobility service providers worldwide creating seamless charging access for 100,000 chargers.