Has anybody had first-hand expertise having a charging station put in at an condominium constructing? There are legal guidelines in California and Los Angeles concerning this, however they’re complicated. The regulation says one thing about needing to have your lease signed or renewed after January 2015. We transfer into our place in 2013, and it continues month to month. We’re additionally hire managed, and there are exceptions for that.
I do know our property supervisor has already stated no to a lady within the complicated who simply bought a Tesla. She’s wanting into the legalities as nicely. I’d suppose if we’re keen to pay for the set up and pay our share of the electrical invoice, they need to haven’t any motive to refuse us. They did inform her that she would want to make use of the complicated’s electrician and that the associated fee can be someplace near $2000.
I additionally seen that ChargePoint has an possibility for residences that sounds intriguing, nevertheless it requires the property to pay for an annual community plan. https://www.chargepoint.com/drivers/apartments-and-condos/
For now, charging at free public chargers is a viable possibility, however for comfort sake it will be good to keep up a full cost at residence.