NeoCharge SVCE Pilot Qualifying Survey (2 minutes)
Thank you for your interest in being a pilot participant for NeoCharge™ pilot with SVCE's Innovation Onramp Program! NeoCharge's proprietary Smart Splitter is a super-easy way to share outlets in your home for EV charging. Plug one into your dryer outlet or a higher-powered outlet you'd use for EV charging (240 volt). And just like that, unlock Level 2 charging in your home for one or two EVs, without the need for expensive installation costs.

If you are a current Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) customer, we want to hear from you! We are looking to pilot the Smart Splitter with homeowners and renters to collect their feedback on ways that will make the Smart Splitter even more useful. You can sign up to be a pilot participant by completing the questions below. Based on the responses, we will then select participants to represent a diverse group of users. If you are selected, we will notify you via email (or phone). As a tester, you will receive a subsidized NeoCharge™ Smart Splitter, after which we will request your honest feedback. All SVCE customers that successfully complete this Qualifying Survey will be automatically entered for a chance to win one $200 Amazon e-gift card.

By entering your information below, you acknowledge and agree that you have read NeoCharge's Sweepstakes Terms and Conditions (the "Official Rules), found at, and that you agree to the Official Rules in their entirety. If you do not agree, please do not submit an entry.
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What kind of home do you live in? *
Are you a renter? *
Do you have an accessible 240-volt outlet within range of where you park your EV? *
Are you looking to install Level 2 EV charging? *
Do you have an existing appliance plugged into a 240-volt outlet and are interested in adding another appliance to the same outlet? (dryer, water heater, etc.) *
Do you need a panel upgrade to install EV charging or a 240 volt appliance? *
How did you hear about the pilot?
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