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Electric delivery truck manufacturer Chanje and intelligent EV charging station manufacturer eMotorWerks are partnering on a new energy-as-a-service (EaaS) program offered to commercial fleet customers.

CleanTechnica particularly notes that this partnership goes beyond billing commercial customers on energy usage, but aims to utilize intelligent Wi-Fi-enabled charging stations and offer energy services to customers, such as energy storage management, grid balancing solutions to minimize energy costs and the use of renewable energy. eMotorWerks’ JuiceNet platform provides direct connection to utilities and thus enables customers to take advantage of demand response programs and get paid by utility companies.

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