Monday saw South Korea’s Hyundai Motor Group partner up with Chinese electric vehicle (EV) charging service information provider NaaS Technology Inc. at NaaS’ Beijing headquarters. The two companies inked a deal to create tailored EV charging services using their connected services platform and NaaS’ charging infrastructure data.
NaaS, the first U.S.-listed EV charging services provider in China, has access to data from 55,000 charging stations and 400,000 chargers spread across the world’s biggest auto market. Hyundai and NaaS’s collaboration includes a “home charger-sharing system” for EV owners in China, allowing them to make money by sharing their chargers with other EV owners, Hyundai revealed.
The corporate logo of Hyundai Motor Group is seen in this photo provided by the company. (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)