EV Drivers: Enroll in our SmartCharge RI Rewards program
Charging is rewarding in Rhode Island.
As an electric vehicle pioneer, you’re already making a positive impact on Rhode Island. Now, you can make an even bigger difference – by joining SmartCharge RI.
We’re on a mission to provide better charging experiences for EV drivers like you.
SmartCharge RI is a pilot running through Aug. 31, 2021, allowing us to study the charging behaviors of EV owners. By signing up for SmartCharge Rhode Island, you will be eligible to earn $50 for getting started and activating your device and an additional $50 every year after your initial start date, through August 2021.
Opportunities to earn additional SmartCharge Rewards may be available throughout the program.
Sign up by August 2019 to ensure you receive the maximum reward!
Thanks to FleetCarma’s interactive digital platform, you’ll get valuable performance information and learn about your charging behavior – all while helping us design and manage a more efficient electrical system.
Here’s how it works.
Sign up and we’ll send you a FleetCarma C2 device. The device clips into your vehicle’s onboard diagnostic port or connector and will deliver data on driving efficiency, battery health, and more.
Your privacy is paramount.
Data collection will only occur during the pilot. FleetCarma will only collect GPS information when you are charging, not driving.
The benefits of participation:
- Receive a $50 incentive and $50 each year of the program
- Understand your vehicle better
- Make a positive impact on the environment
Enroll in SmartCharge RI today
This is your chance to increase your positive impact on Rhode Island and on the environment. To sign up or for more information visit the SmartCharge Rhode Island website and become a member today.
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