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Qmerit white paper examines keys to broad EV & electrification adoption by 2030; new data on public charger failure

A new white paper produced by the Electrification Institute, recently established by Qmerit, North America’s leading installer of home and business EV chargers and other clean energy technologies, assesses issues it sees as pivotal to broad electric vehicle (EV) adoption and greater progress toward home and building electrification by 2030.

Among the issues the Electrification 2030 white paper addresses:

  • How to make electrification more affordable?

  • How can electrification succeed in the face of shortages of qualified electricians?

  • How to ensure public charging reliability and build public confidence in public charging?

  • What is a nano and micro-grid, and how will they underpin the electrification infrastructure?

  • What is a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) and why will it be critical to a more robust grid?

The white paper also unveils new, heretofore publicly unreleased, national data from EV Connect pinpointing the specific reasons for public charger failure: due to station connectivity (55%); internal station faults/errors (38%); the connector/cable (4%); credit card reader (1%); and screen (1%).

New, heretofore unreleased national Qmerit customer data is provided on solar panel installations, disaggregated by state, and age of homes, also by state (as older homes are more likely to require electrical panel upgrades for Level 2 EV charging).

Electrification 2030 includes authored perspective pieces from executives at GM Energy, JLL, Schneider Electric and Wheels, and from leading labor market and workforce management expert Haig R. Nalbantian. The perspective pieces, written exclusively for the white paper, tackle a range of pressing EV and clean-energy issues.


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