Developer Resources

The Open Charging Network (OCN) is a decentralized OCPI 2.2 Hub. It is a community project by and for the EV charging industry players. The information below gives insights into how to use and contribute to it.

Developer Resources

The Open Charging Network (OCN) is a decentralized OCPI 2.2 Hub. It is a community project by and for the EV charging industry players. The information below gives insights into how to use and contribute to it.

The OCN enables technical interoperability in Electric Vehicle Charging based on the OCPI 2.2 protocol. The following graphic illustrates all open source components and tools. Their development is curated by the non-profit Share&Charge Foundation under the MIT license.

Click on any component to visit the respective repository. 

The OCN enables technical interoperability in Electric Vehicle Charging based on the OCPI 2.2 protocol. The following graphic illustrates all open source components and tools. Their development is curated by the non-profit Share&Charge Foundation under the MIT license.

Click on any component to visit the respective repository.

Wiki and Documentation

Further details about the technical architecture and its implementation can be found on our wiki and in our documentation. Click here to access it.

Wiki and Documentation

Further details about the technical architecture and its implementation can be found on our wiki and in our documentation. Click here to access it.

Maturity Model

The development of the Open Charging Network is steered by community needs. For transparency about current status of development and future focus areas. Click here to access it.

Maturity Model

The development of the Open Charging Network is steered by community needs. For transparency about current status of development and future focus areas. Click here to access it.

How to use the public test environment

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2. Register your service to the Test-OCN-Registry

3. Connect your service to the Test OCN-Node

How to engage with community and contribute to the Open Charging Network

Join our Gitter community to discuss about the Open Charging Network

Ask questions on Stack Overflow using the tag shareandcharge

Contributions are always welcome in the form of comments, pull requests and raised issues on Bitbucket