Volcon Aligns with EV Charging Solutions Providers InCharge and Qmerit

Volcon is making purposeful relationships to guide their customers through their EV journeys.

Volcon Inc. announced that it will expand its dedication of purposeful relationships by collaborating with two electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions providers, InCharge Energy Inc. and Qmerit. Each charging solutions provider will offer respective audiences with tailored charging solutions, giving both consumers and dealers options for charging their electric Volcon vehicles.

InCharge Energy leads electrification projects for fleets and dealerships with integrated software, services and hardware that focus on high reliability. InCharge will be assessing needs for Level 2 chargers at select Volcon dealerships, giving the Volcon dealer network an edge by having the fastest Level 2 solution available to charge floor vehicles for test drives and for customers to take off the lot. “InCharge Energy is proud to support Volcon and their vision to produce high-performance, zero-emission off-road vehicles. We are avid off-road enthusiasts and applaud Volcon for creating industry-leading, game-changing vehicles that will open up new possibilities for areas to ride and drive,” said Cameron Funk, CEO of InCharge Energy.

Similarly, Qmerit is focused on providing end-user solutions, assessments and charging station installations in customer homes, commercial properties and multifamily units. Over the last decade, Qmerit has become a front runner in installing residential EV chargers and electrification technologies, such as solar panels, battery energy storage and smart panels, providing valuable expertise for Stag owners.

“This partnership between Qmerit and Volcon is creating the open lane that the off-road community needs to go electric,” said Ken Sapp, Qmerit senior vice president, business development. “Volcon is pioneering an electric vehicle product line that facilitates an immersive outdoor experience. With this agreement, their customers now have access to high-quality home charging installation services that are streamlined and tailored to the unique needs of outdoor transportation.”

“Since mid 2022, we have been working on finding the right charging solutions provider who will equip our dealers and customers with the technology they need to power our incredible EV products. With our flagship product launching this year, it was important that we were proactive in securing the right charging solution, so dealers and customers feel cohesively supported,” said Melissa Coffey, vice president of global revenue and business development at Volcon.

The agreements come at a time when many original equipment manufacturers (OEM) are including EVs in their product roadmaps or have goals to pivot entire fleets to electric all together. The company sees these relationships as an opportunity to further its presence in the EV space by providing dealers and customers options for charging prior to bringing the Stag into showrooms and homes nationwide.

“Buying an EV is only the beginning, and it’s important to us that we guide our customer through their EV journey after the point of purchase,” says Volcon CEO Jordan Davis. “Once you invest in an EV, you need an accessible and easy solution for charging it. We want to provide our customers with those solutions along the way. It’s also about developing relationships with companies who share a similar vision and working with them in unison to help propel this technology to the masses.”

Qmerit and InCharge also currently collaborate with General Motors on various charging solutions. Volcon is focused on creating a circular model that continues the reinvestment and expansion of innovative technologies in the EV space.

Volcon will continue to look for possibilities to develop additional relationships with first-in-class vendors as a way for the company to continue to develop brand awareness, learn from industry leaders and make the highest-quality and safest EV products available.

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