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GreenCharge App for Electric Vehicle Enthusiasts Launches Today in the iOS App Store

PALO ALTO, CA - January 31, 2012 - Xatori Inc., creators of PlugShare, the nation’s largest electric vehicle charging network, today introduces its second product, GreenCharge. The iOS application allows users to view real time battery data and to share the environmental and monetary benefits of owning an electric vehicle. GreenCharge is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices for $9.99 – the average cost of charging an electric car for a week. The app can be downloaded at the following link:

GreenCharge is a must-have utility for electric vehicle owners and those considering one. The app provides real time charging information by syncing directly with a compatible electric vehicle such as a Nissan LEAF or Chevy Volt. In addition, GreenCharge is the first and only app to connect driving data with local energy pricing to give personalized data about the cost of operating an electric car. EV owners can also see the environmental impact of driving in terms of carbon offset. By providing this information, GreenCharge empowers EV owners and enthusiasts alike to better understand and communicate the advantages of electric vehicles.

With the GreenCharge app, users can:

“I’ve talked to too many people who have been confused about the benefits and operating costs of an electric vehicle” said Forrest North, CEO of Xatori Inc. “We built GreenCharge to let EV owners understand their cars and educate others on the true environmental and monetary benefits of driving an electric vehicle.”

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About Xatori Inc.

Xatori is a Palo Alto-based software company founded in 2010 that builds innovative software for electric vehicles and an enlightened electricity grid. CEO Forrest North was previously founder and CEO at Mission Motors and an engineer at Tesla Motors. CTO Armen Petrosian was previously an engineer at Amprius and on the Stanford Solar Car team. Advisors include Max Levchin (co-founder of PayPal and Slide) and Marc Tarpenning (co-founder of Tesla Motors).