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  1. Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    Normally I do all my work around the house myself or my Father comes in to help.. But I believe this one may be out of the question. I had an electrician come by this past weekend to quote me on adding a second meter to my house to take advantage of the PEV Rates from DTE he sent me the quote...
  2. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    Hey everyone! My wife and I both have 2014 volts I'm the lucky one and have a 220 charger while my wife is sticking with the 120.. Well with the new Volt "Which she will get next year 2017" and the Bolt "Which I'll be getting in December 2016" I want to upgrade and take advantage of the DTE...
  3. Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    when can Volt fans get the 220v plug-in adapters Tesla provides. see below:
  4. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    In this article, it was announced that Best Buy and Ford would soon offer a charging station for $1500 installed: "Available shortly at 1,200 Best Buys nationwide and through Best Buy’s website, the home charging stations will retail for around $1,499, including installation." The nice thing...
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