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Founded Year



Series B | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$16.89M | 8 mos ago

About EVAR

EVAR develops an electric vehicle recharging robot. It helps to recharge a parked electric car when called via a mobile application. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea.

Headquarters Location

42, Changeop-ro, Sujeong-gu, Seongnam-si 420(4F)


South Korea



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ESPs containing EVAR

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Industrials / Energy Tech

The autonomous robotic electric vehicle (EV) charging market involves the deployment of autonomous robotic systems that can identify and connect with EVs for charging without human intervention. These robots are equipped with advanced sensors and computer vision capabilities, allowing them to locate EVs in need of a charge and position themselves accurately for charging. This not only provides a c…

EVAR named as Challenger among 5 other companies, including Rocsys, Mob Energy, and Vehya.

EVAR's Products & Differentiators

    Smart Charger

    adopting dynamic load balancing mechanism


Research containing EVAR

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned EVAR in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Nov 21, 2023.

Expert Collections containing EVAR

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EVAR is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Robotics.



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EVAR Patents

EVAR has filed 4 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • automotive technologies
  • battery electric vehicle manufacturers
  • autonomous cars
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Engine technology, Engine components, Autonomous cars, Automotive technologies, Battery electric vehicle manufacturers


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Engine technology, Engine components, Autonomous cars, Automotive technologies, Battery electric vehicle manufacturers



Latest EVAR News

Electric Vehicle Charging Startups in Korea – Clean Mobility

Feb 19, 2024

The South Korean government is moving quickly to set up charging stations across Korea. A robust recharging infrastructure needs to be built for Korea’s electric vehicle industry to thrive. The biggest weakness for EVs at the moment is their short driving range. The South Korean government had to take the lead as charging stations are not currently profitable due to low demand. Following them are electric vehicle charging startups in Korea looking to be the first movers in the space. Moreover, as e-scooter startups in Korea have found success, startups focused on EV charging are expected to follow suit. Below are some of the top EV charging startups in Korea to watch for as the EV industry continues to grow. Electric Vehicle Charging Startups in Korea BlueWing Motors Korean green mobility startup BlueWing Motors converts two-wheelers into EVs by installing traditional two-wheelers with a particular controller. In addition, a GPS tracker is used for measuring and tracking carbon footprints. Furthermore, they are aggressively participating in electric bike conversion projects in Southeast Asia. Pluglink Pluglink offers convenient charging services based on data. It installs enough EV chargers based on the number of charger users and the charge per user. Therefore, they can install good chargers in an apartment based on the data collected. Furthermore, users can access the charging stations through the mobile app. No ID or password is needed. Therefore, drivers can recharge immediately with a QR code. Payments can be made automatically through their registered card. SOFT BERRY SOFT BERRY is the operator of a hydrogen vehicle charging information app called SOODAL. It provides various information related to hydrogen car charging stations in Korea. This includes charging station locations, operating hours, and charging standby information. Moreover, it uses geofencing technology, which enables users to find out about the number of SOODAL users within a virtual fence surrounding the charging station. Furthermore, operators of hydrogen charging stations can easily register real-time notifications through the app and share charging station information with users. EVAR EVAR has developed the world’s first EV self-driving charging robot. The startup was part of Samsung C.LAB, which is Samsung’s startup incubation program. EVAR produces two mobile EV chargers the EVAR Auto and the EVAR Cart. In addition, they create charging stations for public facilities, an on-demand charging service for drivers running out of battery, and a rapid high-efficiency charger that can charge up to 100kW and monitor the status through a wide LCD Screen. Popular

EVAR Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was EVAR founded?

    EVAR was founded in 2018.

  • Where is EVAR's headquarters?

    EVAR's headquarters is located at 42, Changeop-ro, Sujeong-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do.

  • What is EVAR's latest funding round?

    EVAR's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did EVAR raise?

    EVAR raised a total of $22.09M.

  • Who are the investors of EVAR?

    Investors of EVAR include DSC Investment, Envisioning Partners, ORIX, Hanwha Investment & Securities, SBI Investment Korea and 16 more.

  • Who are EVAR's competitors?

    Competitors of EVAR include Rocsys and 6 more.

  • What products does EVAR offer?

    EVAR's products include Smart Charger and 1 more.

  • Who are EVAR's customers?

    Customers of EVAR include Plug Link and DM EVS.


Compare EVAR to Competitors


Rocsys provides autonomous charging solutions for electric vehicle (EV) charging. It offers cloud-based API integrations that allow customers to create an overall comprehensive fleet operation. It offers charging solutions for electric transportation for electric fleets in public transportation, logistics, seaports, airports, material handling, and passenger cars. It was founded in 2019 and is based in Rijswijk, Netherlands.

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Autev develops an autonomous charging robot to reduce the need for a fixed charging infrastructure and make charging more convenient for EV owners. It was founded in 2023 and is based in Seattle, Washington.


VOLTERIO is a company focused on the development of automatic charging solutions for electric vehicles, operating in the automotive and renewable energy sectors. The company offers a fully automatic, high power charging system that can be integrated into almost any electric vehicle. This system, which includes an onboard unit for the vehicle and an offboard charging robot, allows for easy and efficient charging without the need for precise parking. The company primarily serves the electric vehicle industry. It is based in Graz, Austria.


RobotAI develops hand-eye coordination software for robots. The company provides algorithms for indoor navigation, arm-vision control, and object manipulation based on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) tools. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Haifa, Israel.


Indra provides electric vehicle (EV) charging and smart energy technology. The company develops a commercial bi-directional V2G (vehicle to grid) charger, that allows power to flow both ways, enabling users to control the energy flow to where it’s most needed and energy storage solutions for the home, with additional capabilities in vehicle electrification and upgrades. Indra was founded in 2013 and is based in Malvern, United Kingdom.


VAHLE is a company that specializes in the development and provision of energy and data transmission systems, operating within the industrial sector. The company's main offerings include energy transmission, data communication, positioning, and control systems, as well as project management, installation, commissioning, maintenance, and repair services. VAHLE primarily serves sectors such as crane technology, intralogistics, automotive, port technology, amusement rides, people mover, and general industry. It was founded in 1912 and is based in Kamen, Germany.


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