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MOL Group selects Driivz Technology to power EV charging infrastructure in Europe

MOL Group, an international oil and gas company headquartered in Budapest, has chosen Driivz technology to manage its electric vehicle (EV) charging network. Driivz provides a robust and scalable operating system for global EV charging with its end-to-end EV charging and energy management software platform.

MOL currently operates chargers in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, and Romania, and by the end of 2020, EV drivers will be able to charge on the MOL network from the Czech border to the Adriatic and Black seas. The expanded charging infrastructure and services position MOL as a dominant player in the EV market in central and southeast Europe.

To ensure a seamless driver experience and increase satisfaction, MOL has recently launched Plugee, Driivz-based self-service mobile app and online portal, an integral part of the Driivz platform.


To ensure MOL can monetize their network and gain a competitive advantage, an integrated billing module enables MOL to offer flexible business models, while supporting multiple currencies and languages that allow geographic expansion.


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