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Tesla Integrates with Gireve Roaming Platform to Improve EV Charging Experience in Europe

Tesla continues to make its Supercharger network available to all-electric vehicles. Over half of its network in Europe is now available to non-Tesla EVs. The company joins Gireve’s roaming platform to open its Superchargers to an eMSP partner in Europe. This will allow owners to charge electric vehicles at charging stations of different operators with just one account. Tesla EV Charging Europe

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Tesla has achieved full integration with the French roaming platform, Gireve, according to a company press release. The Texas-based manufacturer can now post roaming offers and sign partnerships with platform-connected eMSPs to give them access to its wide Supercharger network.

What are eMSPs and why are they important for the EV industry? Tesla EV Charging Europe

eMSPs, or e-mobility service providers, are companies that provide electric vehicle charging services to customers. These companies typically operate charging stations and offer various payment and subscription plans for EV drivers to use their services. They may also offer additional services, such as mobile apps to help drivers locate charging stations or integration with other services like car-sharing or ride-hailing platforms.

The role of eMSPs is becoming increasingly important as more electric vehicles hit the roads and drivers need reliable and convenient ways to charge their vehicles. However, one challenge facing the industry is the lack of interoperability between different charging networks, which can make it difficult for EV drivers to use charging stations operated by different eMSPs. To address this challenge, companies like Gireve are developing roaming platforms that allow different charging networks to work together and enable EV drivers to access charging stations across multiple networks with just one account.

How Gireve is helping to connect different EV charging networks

Following its decision to join the roaming platform, Tesla is now fully integrated with Gireve to launch its roaming activities in Europe. With this move, Tesla is now enabling its roaming partner’s EV drivers to access their chargers by signing roaming agreements on Connect Place Gireve. Through this integration, Chargemap is able to offer its users seamless access to Tesla chargers through its app. Learn more:https://chargemap.com/tesla-supercharges

Connect Place by Gireve has been designed to facilitate electric vehicle charging roaming in Europe and worldwide. This was made possible thanks to a user-friendly interface and constant, tireless customer support. This approach has helped Gireve gain favor in Europe over the past ten years. The new partnership between Tesla and Gireve demonstrates the operator’s robust IT infrastructure. By doing this, Gireve also proves its ability to provide the highest level of support to its customers in the charging industry.

“As we strive to promote interoperability and open networks, it is a key step for us to welcome Tesla on our platform. We will continue to focus our energy on providing top-notch customer service and sophisticated tools to facilitate roaming between partners to the largest extent,” said Gireve CEO Eric Plaquet.

Tesla’s Supercharger network now available to non-Tesla EVs in Europe

Tesla’s Supercharger network is a proprietary charging network that the company has developed specifically for its electric vehicles. These charging stations are capable of delivering high-speed charging to Tesla vehicles, allowing drivers to quickly top up their batteries and get back on the road. The Supercharger network is a key selling point for Tesla, as it provides a level of convenience and reliability that is hard to match with other charging networks.

In recent years, Tesla has started to open up its Supercharger network to other electric vehicle models, as part of its efforts to promote the adoption of electric vehicles more broadly. By joining the Gireve roaming platform, Tesla is taking another step towards enabling interoperability between different charging networks and making it easier for EV drivers to charge their vehicles no matter where they are.


 

 

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