Covered Home Installation Program
Chevrolet will cover the standard installation of Level 2 Charging outlet for eligible customers who purchase or lease a 2022 or 2023 Bolt EUV or Bolt EV helping even more people experience how easy it is to live electric. In collaboration with Qmerit, the offer gives customers access to fast charging right where they want it - at home - and with the new available Dual Level Charge Cord standard on the MY22 or 23 Bolt EUV and available on 2022 or 2023 Bolt EV - a standalone charging station is not required.
HOME INSTALLATION OPTIONS
Standard Home Installation
Installation by a Qmerit electrician of 240-volt outlet and permit acquisition for customers with a standard home set up.
Non-Standard Home Installation Credit
A $1,500 (tax exclusive) installation credit provided by Chevrolet to support the cost of the installation by a Qmerit electrician.
Public Charging Credit
A $750 Public Charging Credit (to be used on Flo network and their partners) so you can charge on the go.
Covered home charging installation
Standard installation cost covered by Chevrolet
No need to worry about trying to gather multiple quotes. Qmerit will automatically match you with the best electrician for your job
With just a few clicks, Qmerit will find an installer in your area to handle everything from pulling necessary permits to scheduling and installing your charging outlet
Faster charging at home
Recharge while you sleep, wake up to a full charge
Never stop at a gas station again
HOW IT WORKS
Purchase or lease a 2022 Bolt EV or Bolt EUV and sign up at one of the Dueck locations
Complete the EV Installed form you receive via email from
Qmerit electrician calls to discuss your outlet installation
Electrician secures permit and schedules your outlet installation
Qmerit electrician completes outlet installation
Don't know where to start? Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions.
- Single family homes may qualify, provided they have an attached garage or wish to charge in their driveway
- Condos, Duplexes, and Townhomes need a dedicated meter for a standard installation
- Non-primary residences with Canada are eligible for the non-standard installation
- Apartments are not eligible for the installation promotion. Customers should be redirected to a Flo Public Charging Credit
- With a detached garage, a standard installation would require installation of the outlet on the primary structure where the main panel is located. The customer would need to park in the driveway to plug in the charger outside.
- EV Specialists and other dealer personal are asked to defer to BMEV to assist customers with making the determination of standard vs. not standard for their specific installation. Contact your Dueck Sales and Leasing Consultant for more information or to answer more specific questions.
- Standard Home Installation: Installation by a Qmerit electrician of 240-volt outlet and permit acquisition for customers with a standard home set up.
- Non-Standard Home Installation Credit: a $1,500 (tax exclusive) installation credit provided by Chevrolet to support the cost of the installation.
- A $750 Public Charging Credit (to be used on Flo network and their partners) so you can charge on the go.
No, however, Qmerit can help match existing Bolt EV owners with qualified electricians and coordinate the process for a customer paid installation.
Yes. Throughout the consultant process, a customer may opt to cancel their Home Outlet Installation with Qmerit and can contact a Dueck Sales and Leasing Consultant to initiate Flo Charging Credit authorization.