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InCharge Energy recognized as an innovative company for Transportation

March 19, 2024
By Anthony Capkun

Presented by:
EB Mag
Clean Technology

March 19, 2024 – InCharge Energy, a provider of turnkey fleet electrification solutions for vehicle OEMs and commercial fleet customers, has been recognized among the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2024 under “Transportation” by Fast Company.

“In addition to thousands of EV charging infrastructure projects, InCharge Energy has been committed to developing tech-forward solutions designed specifically for fleets, who have vastly different needs than public charging customers,” said Cameron Funk, CEO, InCharge Energy.

InCharge was recognized for several key achievements in 2023, including:

• Electric school bus customers have realized savings of up to 45% on total energy bills by leveraging InCharge’s proprietary InControl charge management software, which includes features that can delay charging to off-peak times while ensuring vehicles are charged and ready when needed.
• Delivered more than 1.2 million EV charging sessions in 2023, avoiding emissions of 17,500 metric tonnes of GHGs.
• Delivered EV charging solutions for 80% of vehicle manufacturers.
• Interoperability testing of EVs from over 20 vehicle manufacturers and more than 100 EV charger models to ensure compatibility, reliability, and safety.
• Serving customers in all 50 U.S. states and 10 Canadian provinces and territories.

InCharge has office locations in California, Michigan, Virginia, and Quebec. Its majority stakeholder is ABB E-Mobility (approx. 60%).

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