The State of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

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The State of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

Post by LockH » Jan 16 2018 12:17pm

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:roll: (Just ignore the billions of AC electric outlets out there... :lol:
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Re: The State of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

Post by billvon » Jan 16 2018 6:29pm

LockH wrote:
Jan 16 2018 12:17pm
(Just ignore the billions of AC electric outlets out there.
Why?
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Re: The State of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

Post by LockH » Jan 16 2018 7:35pm

billvon wrote:
Jan 16 2018 6:29pm
LockH wrote:
Jan 16 2018 12:17pm
(Just ignore the billions of AC electric outlets out there.
Why?

Hehe... That was MY question. :wink:
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Re: The State of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

Post by billvon » Jan 16 2018 11:24pm

LockH wrote:
Jan 16 2018 7:35pm
Hehe... That was MY question. :wink:
Who's ignoring those outlets? We have over 100 of them at work. Plugshare lists them occasionally but there aren't many out there that are safe/legal to use.
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Re: The State of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

Post by LockH » Jan 17 2018 12:23am

"there aren't many out there that are safe/legal to use"... Huh... Sorry? `Round my burg they have a thing "building code"... watt covers stuff like outdoor outlets...
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Re: The State of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

Post by billvon » Jan 17 2018 12:09pm

LockH wrote:
Jan 17 2018 12:23am
"there aren't many out there that are safe/legal to use"... Huh... Sorry?
Safe - don't have to stretch a wire across a public sidewalk to charge your vehicle (for example)
Legal - owner won't yell at you (and/or call the cops) because you are stealing power
That being said, there are about two dozen public outlets here in San Diego that are usable for EV's, as well as over 100 here at my company.
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