EV Charging

Keep your EV and your home running with ease.

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Charging Your EV. Powering Your Life.

For drivers going electric, charging takes the place of traditional gas station fill-ups. But the impact of EV adoption goes far beyond the way you fuel your vehicle. With the advent of bidirectional charging, your EV can now be used to power your home—and the possibilities for additional applications are practically limitless.

Questions? Find answers in our FAQ

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ABCs of EV Charging

There are three types of electric vehicle chargers: Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3—also known as Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC).

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Level 1 Charging

Typically included with your EV purchase, these home chargers plug into a standard 120-volt electrical outlet but only provide 3-5 miles of charging per hour.

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Level 2 Charging

Level 2 chargers are found in both residential and commercial settings. They’re popular for home charging since they can fully replenish your EV battery while you sleep.

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Level 3 Charging

These charging stations replenish your battery to about 80% in 30 minutes. However, they are only found in commercial settings and must be used sparingly to avoid battery damage.

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For home charging, Qmerit recommends a Level 2 system for the ideal combination of speed and convenience. Professional installation is required, but don’t worry—we make it easy.

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What’s Next on Your Electrification Journey?

Battery Energy Storage & Solar Panels

Once your home charger is up and running, consider adding a battery energy storage system and rooftop solar panels. You can charge your battery system from the public grid, your solar panels—and even your EV, if it’s equipped with bidirectional charging.

Battery Energy Storage

Store power from the grid when it’s less expensive and use it when rates are higher – or if the grid goes down

Solar Panels

Many homeowners start their electrification journey with rooftop solar panels to generate clean power that you can use or sell back to the grid.

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