Unpacking a 2020 Chevy Bolt EV Battery Report with Recurrent CEO Scott Case

From Plug and Play EV.

In the middle of May ’21, we hopped on Zoom for a chat with Scott Case, CEO and co-founder of Recurrent, a Washington state-based startup that provides EV battery reports for buyers, dealers, and owners. We had a wide-ranging discussion, the first segment of which is shared here with Scott walking us through our April battery report for our 2020 Chevy Bolt EV.

Having signed up in October 2020, we’ve had the pleasure of watching the monthly Recurrent battery report morph into an accurate and intriguing digest of our EV range and charging habits. Scott explains how Recurrent gathers this data, what they’re looking for, and how the findings relate to the wider market for used electric vehicles.

All EV owners are encouraged to sign up to receive these reports (sometimes waitlisted), which a particular desire to add more Audi e-Tron, Volkswagen eGolf, and BMW i3 drivers to the list at this moment. Visit the signup page here – https://www.recurrentauto.com/for-owners – or email contact@recurrentauto.com if you have one of those in-demand models!

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