Updated: Jul 2
Beginning April 2020 through to today, we are able to conduct EASA Accreditation and Green Motor Initiative (GMI) electronic onsite “remote-verifications” using current camera/voice technology (e.g. RingCentral a Zoom product), much like tele-medicine. Having a long history with our motor service center clients, many going back to 2002 and all of them over the last few years, we’re confident remote-verifications are as effective as in-person, safe, and a less costly alternative.
There are two instances where GMI remote verification will not be used:
1) If a motor service center has had compliancy issues during recent evaluations and,
2) NO NEW motor service center clients are eligible. We must conduct an in-person verification for new motor service centers to participate in either EASA Accreditation or Green Motor Initiative electric utility efficiency incentives.
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