Stem announces joint infrastructure offering with InCharge Energy

Stem announces joint infrastructure offering with InCharge Energy

Stem recently announced its partnership with InCharge Energy to provide an EV fleet infrastructure solution to maximize charging assets. The offering combines Athena, Stem’s clean energy management platform, with InCharge Energy’s “In-Control” software platform, giving fleet owners the tools to manage EV charger loads with clean energy using solar and storage, optimize utility bills, build out EV charging in areas of the grid that are constrained, and monitor progress toward environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals, the companies say.

The partnership between Stem and InCharge will enable the development of a software suite for commercial charging projects. When integrated with InCharge Energy’s In-Control charging management platform, the companies say Athena’s AI-powered analytics offers:

  • Interoperable clean energy systems that are designed to ensure that fleets are charged from renewable resources, on-time, every time
  • Protection from outages and resilient operations with ESS backup power solutions
  • Accurate project economic forecasts further enhanced by participating in demand response and incentive programs
  • Reduced and optimized utility bills through demand charge management, energy arbitrage, and management of other utility peak charges
  • Maximized performance through better visibility into charging loads, 24/7 monitoring, warranty management, enrollment in incentive and grid services programs, and automatic ESS dispatch
  • Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) enablement and increased customer value from supporting the grid in times of need
  • ESG goal achievement through GHG energy tagging and easier integration of new renewable resources

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