“In general, EV charging is hard for customers, especially when it comes to thinking about where to charge, how to pay for it and how to make sure you’re accessing as much clean energy as possible,” Arcadia CEO Kiran Bhatraju told GTM.
“Using our platform and Everon’s tools to connect EV owners, their home chargers [and] their roaming all to a single bill, all to grid services — that is an extremely massive opportunity," Bhatraju said.
Arcadia's existing customers will be able to use Everon's charging management software, along with Arcadia's billing management and access to renewables projects, to plan charge inside and outside the home.
Squeezing more value out of EV chargers
Washington, D.C.-based Arcadia calls itself a "digital utility." The company connects its 400,000 customers around the country with local clean energy projects such as community solar and wind and buys renewable energy credits for them if few projects are available in their area.
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