© 2019 IEEE.The role of transportation in the overall emissions in light of the increasing environmental awareness has led to a rapid transition to the use of electric vehicles (EVs), especially in the last decade. The EVs have seminal advantages in terms of different point of views; however, they may pose vital challenges for the electric power system operation due to their stochastic characteristics as an electrical load. Several industrial and academic research studies have already been and are still conducted in this respect. Specifically, the development of combined technical and business-oriented operational models is extremely significant for sustainable penetration of EVs. In this study, an interoperability platform is proposed for EV charging service taking dual sides of the mentioned service as system operator and EV owner into account, being proposed as a new perspective in this area, also compared to industrial software platforms for EV charging service by service providers rather than power system operators. The developed software platforms are demonstrated and case study based analyses are conducted to present the applicability of the proposed concept.