Collaboration is guiding the way

20.03.2024
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2 min read

Omni-channel payment solution provider CCV aims to bring out-of-the-box support for it's payment terminal protocol into EVerest

EV drivers still struggle with login failures, crashes, slow performance, and connection problems to charging stations. Let’s just say it like it is: Addressing the challenges of the EV charging industry requires a shift towards standardization. So it’s good news for both, EV drivers and the industry, that with CCV a prominent player in the omni-channel payment solution sector plans to support EVerest, LF Energy’s open-source software and firmware stack for EV chargers.

The collaboration between Pionix and CCV is driven by a shared belief in the benefits of open source standards. Standards are particularly important for payment systems and are also demanded. Already with the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) the European Union planned to have a simple and standardized payment at EV charging stations in whole Europe, which must accept the most common debit and credit cards. More information about AFIR here.

The collaboration between Pionix and CCV aims to bring out-of-the-box support for CCV's payment terminal protocol into EVerest, which means that no extra integration efforts will be needed. This opens new opportunities for the participating parties as well as the entire market. It not only simplifies the integrator's life, but also the end customer experience when charging their EV.

This is just another great exampe how collaboration is guiding the way towards a more sustainable and seamlessly integrated future for electric vehicle charging. We’re looking forward to it!

Click here to learn more about CCV’s commitment to open-source in e-emobility. Interested in CCV’s solutions for EV charging? Check it out here.

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