Canadian charge point operator ChargerQuest has big ambitions—the company aims for nothing less than “dominance in the Canadian EV charging industry.”
An integral part of ChargerQuest’s strategy is its partnership with software provider Noodoe, which offers a turnkey software platform “designed to meet the needs of fast-growing charging service providers.”
Noodoe EV OS is a scalable and customizable cloud-based EV charging solution that automates all operations of an EV charging network, including 24/7 service, automatic billing, payment processing and infrastructure diagnostics.
ChargerQuest recently opened a new DC fast charging hub consisting of six “Powered by Noodoe” 120 kW Exceed DC charging stations in Tobermory, Ontario. The company has plans to deploy over 50 new AC charging sites, and is on track to have a total of 300 charging assets in operation nationwide.
“ChargerQuest and Noodoe have aggressive plans for Canadian expansion in 2023,” says Noodoe CEO Jennifer Chang. “Through our Powered by Noodoe technology partnership program, ChargerQuest will soon become the largest charging service provider in Canada, spanning from British Columbia to New Brunswick.”