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Chargeway
Chargeway uses simple colors and numbers to identify every electric cars charging options. Available for iOS and Android.
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Chargeway 14h
Get to the CHARGER!!! 😁 , so awesome to have your help getting more people into electric cars! Glad the team at made this happen. And once they’re in their cars, let’s help them find their electric fuel with ease. 💚💙❤️😎
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Chargeway 16h
And us in your pocket! 💚😎🚗⚡️
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Chargeway 17h
Heading the the Oregon coast this summer? The Headlands Lodge in Pacific City has both ❤️2 and 💚2 charging options for electric cars. 😎 Enjoy the beach while you fill up!
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Chargeway Jun 24
Replying to @Archytextural @OMSI
Thanks! Awesome to hear that people are seeing electric fuel more easily. 😊
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Chargeway Jun 24
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Chargeway Jun 24
Replying to @carlydbar @Kia
💚Green 6 station FTW! 😎👍🏻
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Chargeway Jun 23
Replying to @dennis_p
Thanks for the love! ❤️😎
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Dennis Pascual Jun 23
Playing with my app to see some Green 2 near the Red 6 we're charging at the moment...
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Matt Teske Jun 23
Replying to @nytimes @chargeway
Using “electric fuel” does not need to be complicated. With you can select your car and quickly see where you can charge, estimate how long it will take, and go on road trips easily. The general public simply doesn’t understand this “new fuel” yet.
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn @ahc
Whether lower, middle, or upper class, trusting you can get where you need to go is vital to daily life. The easier anyone, no matter their status, can comfortably see how they can trust electric fuel as much as gas to provide them reliable mobility the faster EVs will succeed.
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn @ahc
Awareness about a new fuel option, not cars, is key. Simplifying the new fuel removes anxiety about doing something different (fueling) and disrupting something people rely on (cars). It allows the benefits of electric fuel to then stand out (performance, cost, fueling at home).
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn @ahc
The user experience with gasoline is very simple and allows consumers to enjoy any car they choose. The EV fueling experience has to feel just as easy in order to compete. Simplifying how electricity is visualized as a fuel is vital. Colors and numbers capture this easily.
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn @ahc
The EV industry continues to try to convert the mass market to be environmentalists or engineers, because that’s who current EV owners are. That won’t work. The EV industry needs to meet average people where they are. Show them how EVs fit into their lives with little effort.
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn @ahc
Existing EV culture is based in environmental focus and technical details that are extremely niche. Average consumers need to see how EVs align with their daily lives and values. The story that invites them into a new way of fueling needs to feel additive to life, not disruptive.
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn @ahc
Great question. For the EV industry stakeholders need to be very mindful of consumer psychology when it comes to vehicles. They are often an emotional purchase, an extension of someone’s personality in ways. EV messaging has to be about product, not ideology, to create a shift.
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn
Consumers need to visualize their experience with electric fuel in a way that is easy for any driver. Because of the complexity they’ll simply want to know: - Which stations they use - How long it will take - Where they can travel to Make it easy so people can enjoy it. 👍🏻
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn
Exactly! Educating consumers about a “new way” to fuel is what needs to be focused on. And with the competition (gas) being engrained into society for decades and also being as easy as remembering one word like “Regular” or “Premium”, the education needs to be easy for all.
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn
Electric cars offer different user experiences (plug type, accepted power, range), so each driver needs to know how their experience works with electric fuel. That’s what consumers need to “take the leap”. That’s what we do. Choose any EV to see your “electric fuel experience”.
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn
Consumers must learn this. Switching from “Regular” at gas stations to this new electric fueling experience with confidence. But different plug types and power levels are confusing. We need it to be as easy as colors (plug) and numbers (power). Higher number = faster charge.
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Chargeway Jun 22
Replying to @ivanlpenn
There is far too much complexity with charging compared to getting gas. Your article describes it well: “The Bolt could not accept the fastest charging speeds from the most powerful units. In another, the charger could not deliver the power as fast as the Bolt could accept it.”
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