Together to empower e-mobility and improve interoperability
Paris – Milan, 17 January 2023 – Atlante, the company of NHOA Group (NHOA.PA), dedicated to electric vehicles fast and ultra-fast charging infrastructure, announces its affiliation as core member of CharIN e.V. (“CharIN”), a leading global association dedicated to promoting interoperability based on the implementation of Combined Charging System (CCS), an open universal and international charging system for electric vehicles based on international standards.
CharIN is an international non-profit organization, currently counting over 290 members, dedicated to implementing synergies and cross-interoperability between its members, specifically sector leaders amid e-mobility operators, energy suppliers and automakers. This integrated approach aims to reach a complete charging standardization among e-vehicles of all kinds, for a smoother, more reliable and more user-friendly energy transition.
Atlante’s continuous and indefatigable endeavors to promote green and free-emission transition, fully mirrors the strongholds advocated by CharIN, making this affiliation a crucial tool for Atlante to further bolster the progression to clean and sustainable energy in mobility. Atlante will contribute to CharIN thanks to the 15 years of experience of the whole NHOA Group, including the unique expertise in energy storage and microgrids coming from NHOA Energy, the first Global Business Line of the NHOA Group. Atlante will join CharIN Focus Groups on tech standards and integration of new technologies, taking part also in interoperability tests.
Atlante’s ambition is to develop Southern Europe’s largest network of fast-chargers, fully interoperable in order to serve all EV makes and models an essential solution to achieve the e-mobility targets set by the EU commission within the Fit for 55 package. In joining CharIN, Atlante will be honored to be part and ambassador of the largest network of experts and EV-charging stakeholders in Europe with the possibility to proactively work on improving the legal and policy framework, as well as the new technology standards.
“As the e-mobility sector ramps up, the need for an effective interoperability process between industry players becomes more and more impellent and urgent, especially in light of the most recent energetic and technological revolutions we are witnessing. Sharing values, experience and technology know-how through the CharIn network with other first-class companies is both our responsibility and an added value for all players in the field, making the transition to e-mobility smoother and faster, one electric vehicle at a time!” affirmed Francesco Lamberti, CTO of Atlante.