Clean Energy Charging is only available in the United States, and is enabled by default after updating to iOS 16.1
One of the most interesting features recently added to iPhone mobile phones is called “clean energy charge”. Apple said this feature aims to reduce the carbon footprint by charging when lower-carbon electricity is available.
When Clean Energy Charging is turned on and you connect your iPhone to a charger, iPhone receives data about carbon emissions from your local energy grid and uses it to charge your iPhone at intervals cleaner energy production. So the device waits for cleaner energy to charge.
Clean energy charging is currently available only in the United States, and is enabled by default after updating to iOS version 16.1. However, you can manage the setting by going to the Settings app, selecting Battery, then Battery Health & Charging, and turning the option off or on again.
Clean Power Charging is only activated where you spend the most time and regularly charge your iPhone for long periods of time, such as your home and workplace. The feature does not activate if you are in a new location or traveling.
When Clean Power Charging suspends charging, a notification on the lock screen tells you when your iPhone will be fully charged. If you need to fully charge your iPhone sooner, touch and hold the notification, then tap: Charge now.
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