Qmerit Partners with EVPassport to Power Multi-Unit Dwelling Business Expansion with Frictionless, End-to-End EV Charging Experience

EVPassport, the EV charging hardware and software platform for purpose-driven organizations, today is proud to announce a partnership with Qmerit, a leader in green energy transformation with the largest nationwide network of certified electrical installers for EV charging. Through the partnership, Qmerit’s network of contractors provide installation services and support of EVPassport chargers at multi-unit dwelling (MUD) locations, delivering a frictionless, end-to-end EV charging experience.

“Expanding our apartment and multi-unit business is a top priority,” said Tom Bowen, President of Qmerit Solutions, Qmerit. “We’re dedicated to providing customers with turnkey EV charger installations and electrical support, but that’s only half the battle. That same experience must extend to property residents and guests while charging EVs. By partnering withEVPassport, we’re providing the most seamless experience — for properties and residents — from installation to charge.”

Industry research shows that 59% of multi-unit residents will pay more to live in a green or sustainable community. The partnership allows properties to accelerate EV charging adoption by leveraging Qmerit’s skilled technicians and national network of utility partners to provide the necessary electrical capacity for EV charging and install EVPassport chargers.

Built around the ability to scan a QR code, pay and go, EVPassport’s API-driven platform and flexible pricing model deliver a seamless, pay-as-you-go charging experience, without requiring drivers to download an additional app or create a separate provider account.The company’s robust APIs allow properties to integrate live EVPassport chargers directly into existing software platforms — providing a branded charging experience that is compatible with any vehicle. To deliver a true end-to-end service, Qmerit and EVPassport assist property owners through government-backed rebate and incentive programs for installing EV chargers.

“Multi-unit properties understand the value of adopting EV charging and providing guests with a frictionless charging experience, but it can be a difficult, fragmented process,” said Hooman Shahidi, President, EVPassport. “Together with Qmerit, we’re providing a joint offering that makes it effortless from start to finish. We look forward to working together to allow properties to realize their sustainability goals and drive engagement.”


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