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Coda Automotive names Mr. Electric preferred EV charging station installation partner

May 25, 2012 | By Alyssa Dalton

May 25, 2012 – Mr. Electric, an electric service and repair company, has been selected by Coda Automotive, a developer of all-electric vehicles, as its preferred provider of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) installation services. With nearly 20 years of experience and established service networks in Canada and the United States, Mr. Electric intends to offer complete consultation and installation services for Coda Automotive customers.

“We’re proud to add Coda Automotive to our growing list of systems accounts,” said Jeff Meyers, president of Mr. Electric. “Our first priority is always the customer. We are confident our franchises will be able to provide reliability and professionalism to help make the process of going electric a reality for Coda drivers.”

Coda Automotive customers will work with their dealer to set up an assessment appointment through Mr. Electric. After the home consultation, Mr. Electric can handle all necessary permits and conduct the installation of the EVSE. Mr. Electric is already deeply involved in EVSE installation.

“We’re excited to work with Mr. Electric to make the process of going electric an easy and a true reality for Coda EV drivers,” said Thomas Hausch, senior vice president of sales, marketing and aftersales. “With the company’s deep experience in EVSE installations and nearly 200 locations, selecting Mr. Electric as our preferred installation partner was a natural choice.”

Available at Coda showrooms across California, the 2012 Coda claims to be the first all-electric five-passenger, compact sedan with full rear seating and trunk space, providing a range of up to 125 miles.

“As more people grab for the EV charger – and not the gas pump – home charging becomes an important part of their daily lives,” said Meyers. “We are thrilled to work with Coda Automotive, its dealers and customers to bring EV charging to garages throughout California and beyond.”

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