I own an electric vehicle and have always visualized a future where I can go to the store or an office complex and charge my car. I’ve wondered, however, how would I be charged for the electricity I consume. Is Smart technology the solution?
November 11, 2009

Eginity shares in this vision and is actually in early-stage discussions on how to make a downtown community one of the first in the nation to have deployed infrastructure for electric vehicles. In this eco-system an electric vehicle owner would likely use a smart card provided by the electric company to turn on an EON Platform enabled charging station. Charging time would be recorded and reported to the power company who could then add your charging time to your current utility bill or, if you were not a residential client, send you a bill on a monthly or quarterly basis.

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