17/06/2022 Press release
Electromaps and TotalEnergies reach a roaming agreement in Europe
Electromaps and TotalEnergies have signed a roaming agreement, which involves the direct connection of the charging stations of the energy company in Europe to the Electromaps application through the Open Charge Interface protocol (OCPI).
The agreement will allow users of the Electromaps app to make payments for their charges at public and semi-public charging stations that the energy company operates in France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. TotalEnergies is deploying a network of high-power charging stations on the main roads and urban nodes in central Europe, which will allow Electromaps users to travel across France without worries. In the coming months, new fast charging stations will be incorporated following TotalEnergies' commitment to electric mobility.
The agreement between the two companies is a great advantage for electric vehicle users, who will have more enhanced information on charging stations and better prices.
Electromaps aims at offering the most seamless and reliable charging experience to EV drivers, by offering more and better information and access to charging stations and by constantly innovate. Regarding the agreement with TotalEnergies, the co-CEO of Electromaps, Maximilien Kauffmann, stated that “Electromaps' commitment to interoperability has been clear from the start, and sharing that vision with operators as important as TotalEnergies is a source of satisfaction”.
TotalEnergies has the ambition to be recognized as a major player in electric mobility.
“This agreement with Electromaps positions us in a privileged relationship and will provide users with an easy to find charging network and clearer information for their charging sessions”, adds Pierre Clasquin, VP EV Charge Division – TotalEnergies.
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