For the first time, the EV drivers would be able to reserve charging on a private land. The deal has also asked the EV home charger owners to make their chargers public. Further, this partnership is a step towards JustPark’s mission to establish ‘community charging’ that unites private land such as driveways, small business forecourts and backyards to a network of charging stations. According to JustPark, EV are owned by some lucky people who have EV chargers at their driveway. This partnership with Zap-Map would enable people to have access to EV charging around them instead of just replying on city EV charging solution.There are currently 1,200 JustPark chargers at Zap Map whereas, there are 150,000 monthly users of Zap-Map. Thus, this partnership will enable JustPark to reach to a much larger customer base. For customers, it will enable that community has chargers available near their homes. Link to the news: https://www.electrive.com/2021/04/21/justpark-adds-home-chargers-for-public-use-to-zap-map/