A high number of electric vehicles (EVs) in the transportation sector necessitates an advanced scheduling framework for e-mobility ecosystem operation to overcome range anxiety and create a viable business model for charging stations (CSs). The framework must account for the stochastic nature of all stakeholders’ operations, including EV drivers, CSs, and retailers and their mutual interactions. In this paper, a three-layer joint distributionally robust chance-constrained (DRCC) model is proposed to plan day-ahead grid-to-vehicle (G2V) and vehicle-to-grid (V2G) operations for e-mobility ecosystems. The proposed three-layer joint DRCC framework formulates the interactions of the stochastic behaviour of the stakeholders in an uncertain environment with unknown probability distributions. The proposed stochastic model does not rely on a specific probability distribution for stochastic parameters. An iterative process is proposed to solve the problem using joint DRCC formulation. To achieve computational tractability, the second-order cone programming reformulation is implemented for double-sided and single-sided chance constraints (CCs). Furthermore, the impact of the temporal correlation of uncertain PV generation on CSs operation is considered in the formulation. A simulation study is carried out for an ecosystem of three retailers, nine CSs, and 600 EVs based on real data from San Francisco, USA. The simulation results show the necessity and applicability of such a scheduling framework for the e-mobility ecosystem in an uncertain environment, e.g., by reducing the number of unique EVs that failed to reach their destination from 272 to 61. In addition, the choice of confidence level significantly affects the cost and revenue of the stakeholders as well as the accuracy of the schedules in real-time operation, e.g., for a low-risk case study, the total net cost of EVs increased by 247.3% compared to a high-risk case study. Also, the total net revenue of CSs and retailers decreased by 26.6% and 10.6%, respectively.