Navistar, In-Charge provide carbon-free electricity for EVs

by Today's Trucking

Navistar and In-Charge Energy are now offering carbon neutral electricity through their electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

In-Charge Energy’s In-Control software platform automates the process of collecting electric vehicle charging energy information with a click of a button that reveals the carbon impact of fueling, the companies announced. They have a contract with Renewable Energy Credits to convert energy consumed by fleets to 100% renewable sources.

In California, Oregon, and B.C., companies can earn low-carbon fuel standard credits when they charge their vehicles, a process the new offering will automate. Customers can also buy In-Charge Carbon-Free Credits to offset their carbon emissions.

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