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Navistar, In-Charge Energy offer carbon-neutral charging

With this solution, Navistar and other In-Charge customers can enjoy carbon-free power and seamless acquisition, operation, certification and reporting, the company says.

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Navistar and In-Charge Energy have leveraged their partnership to power electric vehicle (EV) fleet customers with carbon-neutral electricity through their EV charging infrastructure. In-Charge Energy says its fleet-focused In-Control software platform automates the process of collecting EV charging energy information and with a single click calculates the carbon impact of fueling. The company has entered into contracts for Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) to convert energy consumed by fleets to 100% renewable sources. With this solution, Navistar and other In-Charge customers can enjoy carbon-free power and seamless acquisition, operation, certification and reporting, the company says.

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In California, Oregon and British Columbia, Canada, most companies can earn Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) credits when they charge their vehicles. The partnership of Navistar and In-Charge allows fleet managers to focus on managing their fleets while In-Control manages the LCFS credit generation and credits on energy markets for cash. Today’s announcement confirms that fleets generating LCFS credits will also be able to enhance their credit generation by going to 100% renewable energy, in turn generating more credits and cost savings to fleets.

In other parts of the U.S. and Canada, In-Charge customers have the option to buy In-Charge Carbon-Free Credits, which offsets a fleet’s carbon emissions. With these credits, In-Charge and Navistar customers can purchase verified clean, renewable energy to reduce the environmental impact of their electricity use for EV charging, enabling them to go completely carbon neutral, the companies say.

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According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the nation’s largest source of all greenhouse gas emissions is transportation. The largest sources of transportation-related carbon emissions come from passenger cars, medium- and heavy-duty trucks, and light-duty trucks, including sport utility vehicles, pickup trucks, and minivans, accounting for over half of the emissions from the transportation sector.

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