TORONTO, December 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Qmeritus extends its activities to Canada to help accelerate the country’s transition to electric vehicles. As a leader in electrification services through United States, Qmerit is known for making electrification easier and providing an exceptional experience for new electric vehicle owners and fleet managers.
Qmerit brings its expertise by offering its unique and quality platform for integration and installation of EV systems from the United States to Canada, where they will provide consumers with the same exemplary charger installation experience. Qmerit’s turnkey approach simplifies Electric Vehicle Power Equipment (EVSE) installations with up-front pricing, certified professional installers, and seamless customer concierge service.
Relying on its American customer base with a list that includes the world’s leading automakers like Ford Motor Company, Mercedes-Benz, Chevrolet, Jaguar, Rivian, Volvo, ChargePoint, Enel X, FLO, Wallbox and more, Qmerit brings expertise home charging in the Canadian market.
“Our experience with fleet managers, car dealers, contractors, utilities and electric vehicle buyers allows us to offer turnkey operations and earn high praise from customers,” noted Tracy K. Price, founder and CEO, Qmerit. “We are delighted to offer this same service at the best value for money and to do our part to support the electrification transition to come in Canada. “
The need for help installing experts will increase
As new models of electric vehicles arrive from all car manufacturers and more Canada Approaching its goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, its electric vehicle market has seen a dramatic increase in adoption. Canada has also previously announced its intention to require all light commercial vehicles sold in the country to be zero-emission vehicles, starting in 2035.
These new electric vehicle buyers will seek the help of an experienced installer, project safety, and the appropriate permits that Qmerit is known for. Charger installations are complicated and require expertise, especially for Level 2 chargers which often require electrical upgrades. Qmerit’s network has installed more than 150,000 charging stations for level 2 electric vehicles in countless settings.
âFor years, our customers and industrial partners have encouraged us to offer our services to Canada. We took the time to make sure this was done correctly by ensuring service coverage over a large geographic area, building our digital platform in English and French, setting up a bilingual customer support infrastructure and assembling a network with field expertise in all provinces. , add Ken sapp, SVP, Business Development at Qmerit.
Qmerit’s Canadian operations will be energized and ready with installers and service across the country. They offer a bilingual French and English customer call center to ensure quality service to all customers as they expand their solutions and extend the electrification initiative.
For more information on Qmerit Canada’s services, please visit Qmerit.ca.
Qmerit, with US headquarters in Irvine, California and the Canadian head office at Toronto, Ontario, simplifies the adoption of electrification products for the residential and small business markets. A leader in green energy transformation, the company provides value-driven services throughout the lifecycle of renewable energy equipment implementation. Services are provided by Qmerit’s network of company-owned contractors, independent certified solution partners and certified installers skilled in systems implementation and integration as well as ongoing support and maintenance. By combining this nationwide network of certified electrical contractors with the enterprise-grade digital managed services platform and white-glove concierge services, Qmerit provides customers with an unmatched quality experience when it comes to stations. charging of electric vehicles, battery storage systems, integration of solar systems and micro-grid solutions. For more information on Qmerit, please visit Qmerit.ca.
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