The OCN Service Interface allows OCN Services to access OCPI-based communication between two OCN Parties (e.g. CPO and eMSP). OCN Services define OCN Permissions that OCN Parties have to sign up for and that the OCN Node is executing upon. A detailed description of the benefits and functionality of the OCN Service Interface can be found on our Medium blog (based on a billing example).

OCN Service Provider
Learn how to connect your OCN Service to the OCN and to define what OCPI-based information your service needs from OCN Parties / Service Users (OCN Permissions). Get started here.

OCN Party / Service User
Learn how to sign up for your favorite OCN Service by agreeing to OCN Permissions. Get started here.