When getting prepared for the official launch of our Smart Splitters to be deployed, we can’t help but describe the feeling as pretty... surreal. Over the last couple of years, there have been roadblocks, successes, and (arguably most important) learning experiences that have shaped what NeoCharge is today.
It started in the center of California, wild with passion for electric vehicles and making a difference on Earth. At Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, two engineers were trying to solve 1 problem: how do we help more people convert to driving electric cars? We knew 1/3 of carbon emissions were due to transportation and that it can cost thousands of dollars to set up fast charging at home, which presented a major barrier to buying an electric vehicle altogether. Beyond that, it was just a couple of students doing research on a topic they really cared about.
So, as seniors in college, we built our first prototype for what eventually became the NeoCharge Smart Splitter. We didn’t have a name, we didn’t have a logo, all we had was the foundation for a dream.
Today, the mission that we are dedicated to is one fueled by affordable living, sustainability, and easier electric vehicle charging. The values that we’ve decided to stand by are the core of what we do, we strive to create a cleaner planet for our world.
I know, I know, it sounds ambitious, but what we want you to remember is that this exact ambition was the catalyst to the journey we’re embarking on right now as NeoCharge. We have the drive and determination to make something out of each and every opportunity and resource, and will do everything in our power to make that dream a reality. So far the road has been an incredible one, and we are so thankful to those who have supported us along the way. We wouldn’t be where we are without the help of our advisors, customers, EV enthusiasts, and many more.
We’re excited to see where we go and what this product launch leads us to, but for now our goal is to keep evolving and pushing towards the goal of a better Earth for centuries