JEA seeks 100-plus drivers for study on EV charging

Published on December 1, 2023 at 3:26 pm

JEA needs dozens more people to be part of a study of electric vehicle charging habits.

The research, which includes 400 drivers, will last for one full year. JEA is looking for more than 100 people to still sign up. At this point, it has about 285 people committed.

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Tony Reynolds, a strategic manager for JEA, says the study will use an app called “Optiwatt” to monitor when and where people charge their vehicles.

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author image Aaron Farrar joins News4Jax as a weekend morning reporter, after working a year at WFXR in Roanoke, Virginia, as a morning news reporter and primary fill-in anchor. Before that, he spent two years as a multimedia journalist at WTVC in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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