Metering EV Charging Stations For Any Building
Smart Meters for EV Charging Stations
The Electrical Vehicle (EV) charging station for each parking stall is monitored by a Measurement Canada approved QMC smart meter. The meter is located beside the electrical panel that has an individual breaker for each EV receptacle. Each meter is connected to the building network with internet access, for immediate, accurate reporting on all EV energy use.
What QMC Smart Meters Provide
The QMC Smart Meter Solution for EV Charging Stations includes design, budgeting and supply of:
- Electricity meters
- Communications equipment
- Reporting software or integration to existing software
- All related services, such as contractor coordination, verification, etc.
To learn more, download our EV Smart Metering solution overview
How It Works
The smart meter data is pushed to the MeterConnex platform on a daily basis. A property manager can then use this data to make cost allocation reports, including a charger per kWHr, meter fee (if applicable) and PST/GST if required. These reports can be generated for individual tenants, or for the entire property, and downloaded in Excel, CSV or pdf format.
QMC also offers a complete meter reading, billing and collection service. Individual invoices are sent to the tenants, with fees collected by QMC and remitted to the property manager.
Tenants and property managers are each assigned an account with a unique login to access the system. Tenants can use their accounts to view their EV charging electrical consumption history and costs on QMC’s Trak&Save portal. The portal provides all information on EV charging costs, including time charged on a daily, weekly, monthly, and annual basis.
If users are being charged for electricity, then electric vehicle charging station meters must be Measurement Canada approved. QMC is a Measurement Canada accredited meter services provider. At our Coquitlam and Toronto test labs, we provide Measurement Canada approved meter sealing.