Amazon's Alexa home automation technology will be an integral part of eMotorWerks' electric car charging stations, the manufacturer says.

The global leader in crafting connected and intelligent smart grid charging solutions for electric vehicles says that the service will come at zero cost for old and new cliets who tap into eMotorWerks' JuiceNet platform.

This means that the family of smart home gadgets running Amazon's Alexa can now play nice with the car charger from your electric car. Additionally, the integration implies that users are able to control and monitor the electric car's charging process via voice commands.

For example, EV drivers can sit back on the couch and ask Alexa about the charging speed or the leftover range in the car's battery. What is more, the tech comes with no additional cost to users who own a JuiceNet account.

Valery Miftakhov, the CEO and founder of eMotorWerks shows his enthusiasm about the cooperation between his company and Amazon's voice assistant.

"The most advanced and efficient car charging experience available on the market today," Miftakhov says, is a direct result of merging the smart-grid charging platform with the convenience of Alexa.

Smart home enthusiasts should know that the loT platform of eMotorWerks' JuiceNet also plays nice with home automation appliances. This provides the possibility to optimally gauge their energy usage and adjust it, accordingly to your needs.

Every time they charge, eMotorWerks customers earn points in the JuicePoints program, which are redeemable for products or money. Thanks to Alexa's integration with the platform, users can simply earn money by telling the voice assistant to charge the car by 9 a.m. tomorrow.

In the press release announcing its recent Alexa support, eMotorWerks points out that it continues to raise the standards in electric vehicle charting technologies. The enterprise notes that its modus operandi is optimal for both the present day and future needs of the EVs.

"JuiceNet keeps electric grid energy costs in check by minimizing unwanted demand peaks and reducing utility demand charges," the press release reads.

The technology opens up new horizons for Tesla owners. Alexa already has the ability to summon a Tesla, and only the developers' imagination can put a cap on the future features that the voice assistant could muster.

We look forward to seeing what new trick coders teach Alexa next, and we will keep you posted as soon as we find out.

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