Future owners of the Audi E-Tron will be able to charge their electric crossover SUV with renewable energy, thanks to a partnership with Arcadia Power.

The company is a digital “utility” company of sorts. Users link their electric utility bill with Arcadia Power and the company provides monthly electricity cost savings depending on a certain project’s energy production. Up to half of a homeowner or renter’s electricity can come from wind energy when signing up. Charging the E-Tron at home can be extra green, should owners opt in for the service.

“Wherever they live, Audi is proud to help provide a solution that lets E-Tron owners invest in and support renewable energy,” Scott Keogh, president of Audi of America, said in a statement. Currently, Arcadia Power has 175,000 subscribers in 50 states supporting renewable energy.

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Arcadia Power also offers users the opportunity to purchase solar panels without actually installing them at home. Instead, they purchase panels as part of renewable energy projects to gain further cost savings. Panels cost $100 apiece.

Charging the E-Tron’s 95-kilowatt-hour battery to full will return an estimated range of around 250 miles, though official ratings aren’t available yet. Built-in fast-charging technology will see a battery charge to 80 percent capacity in under 30 minutes, however. Audi’s system will handle up to 150 kilowatts, which is more than Tesla’s Supercharging stations. Audi hardly has the charging infrastructure compared to Tesla, though.

That will change as Audi partners with VW’s Electrify America to install 500 fast-charging stations across 40 U.S. states by July 2019. As an added bonus, Audi will also provide 1,000 kwh of free charging at Electrify America charging stations.