HeyCharge technology allows charging without the internet

HeyCharge technology allows charging without the internet

HeyCharge said this technology allows users to hurdle over one of the most significant barriers to the global use of EVs.

EV Charging technology company, HeyCharge, said it will remove what is perhaps the last significant barrier to the global massification of EVs — internet connectivity issues. Unlike current smart EV charging, HeyCharge said its technology enables charging without an internet connection for both the charger and the user through entirely local, cryptographic communication.

“Before HeyCharge, smart EV chargers provided a frustrating user experience in low or no internet connectivity environments,” HeyCharge CEO Chris Cardé said. “Our mission is mass EV inclusivity, which means EV charging needs to be reliable everywhere from lower-level parking garages to remote regions. We’re excited to lead the no-internet EV charging revolution.”

HeyCharge said its technology is hardware agnostic, meaning that EV charging sites can deliver internet-free, reliable service in HeyCharge branded chargers, or installed inside EV chargers manufactured by other companies.

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