Wireless Metered EV Charging in Calgary

QMC has recently helped the City of Calgary install wirelessly metered Tesla EV chargers across several parking lots. Trust QMC for the metering portion of your EV charging station projects. As electric vehicle infrastructure continues to grow across Canada, private institutions and municipalities across the country look for cost-effective ways to install EV charging stations. […]

Perfect EV Charging Solution for Multi-Residential: Smart Metering

Electric vehicle purchases have been on the rise. As consumers move toward EV vehicles, more charging infrastructure will be necessary to satisfy demand. Provide what your tenants need while also recovering utility cost: Install a Measurement Canada-approved electrical metering system today to start EV Charging Metering. The Globe and Mail recently published an article about […]

BCUC Recommends Deregulation for EV Charging Stations

The British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) has released a report today recommending landlords and stratas with electric vehicle charging stations in BC to be exempt from regulation.   This report comes after a 10-month deliberation with various stakeholders, ranging from EV owners, EV manufacturers, charging station providers, potential EV owners, electrical utilities, provincial government representatives, […]

Vancouver City Council Approves EV Bylaw

City of Vancouver Counselors have spoken: A new EV bylaw states that all parking stalls within new multi-residential buildings built in Vancouver will have to be electric vehicle (EV) ready. This is up from the 20% that was previously required for new multi-residential builds. The only stalls that may be exempt are visitor stalls. It […]

Fast charging stations for EVs moving ahead

  A Canadian program to improve the adoption of electric vehicles Under a partnership through the federal government’s Natural Resources Canada,  global energy storage firms eCamion, Leclanche and independent power producer SGEM will increase EV charging infrastructure along the Trans-Canada Highway. The project will result in 34 new electric vehicle charging stations with completion expected by […]