Published on July 7th, 2015 | by Zachary Shahan21
Greenest EV Charging Solution On Market Just Released
July 7th, 2015 by Zachary Shahan
Originally published on EV Obsession.
JuiceBox Green 40 is the first electric vehicle charging solution (or EVSE) that helps an EV driver to spite greenhouse gas emissions by charging when electricity is greenest. Basically, software developed by a new nonprofit organization called WattTime scans the regional electricity grid and charges your electric vehicle when more of the electricity is being produced by cleaner sources.
eMotorWerks, “a leading manufacturer of intelligent and connected Smart[Grid] charging solutions for electric vehicles (EV),” is the other partner on this new charging solution.
“We are thrilled to offer the cleanest charging EVSE ever produced,” stated eMotorWerks founder & CEO Valery Miftakhov. “After developing the most advanced and efficient charging solutions for electric vehicles it was a natural progression to also develop the cleanest. EV drivers now have even greater choice and control over how they charge.”
Reportedly, JuiceBox Green 40 can also charge your EV faster than most EVSEs.
Here’s a bit more info on the JuiceBox Green, JuiceNet, etc:
“Combined with the power of JuiceNet™, which prioritizes time and rate of charge based on user configured profiles, the EV owner simply plugs their EV into their JuiceBox Green 40 knowing the system will do the rest. This latest version of JuiceBox highlights the ultimate flexibility of eMotorWerks’ cloud based EV Charging platform, JuiceNet, by integrating with WattTime. JuiceNet introduces the concept of software based charging profiles that can be seamlessly applied to JuiceBox stations. Full details can be found here: http://emotorwerks.com/Green“
Looks good. If I were on the market for an EVSE, I very well may get this one. Thoughts from an EV drivers out there?
Image by eMotorWerks
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