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  1. Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    Hi! Any recommendations for electricians near Boston to run a 220V line to my garage for 2 electric cars? I've been charging my 2015 Volt with the standard 110, but we're planning for a second electric car, so we'll need some more juice. Thanks!
  2. Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    Are there any issues with replacing a 3 way switch setup with 15A outlets to use for L1 charging? In my garage I have an existing 3 way switches to control the interior light from the front overhead door and a rear access door. I would like to leave this always hot as the garage door is...
    I've decided to purchase a Gen 2 Volt, and would like to have an L2 EVSE installed (the Sun Country Highway SCH25, which I haven't bought yet). I don't know anything about electric work so need to hire an electrician. I had Mr. Electric out to my house to give me a quote, and this is what they...
  4. Chevy Volt Engineering and Design
    Hi, I'm planning to join the Volt club with a 2017. I'm doing research, and have scheduled an electrician to give me a free assessment of the electrical configuration in my garage to make sure it is adequate. I read the other thread titled "Safety of charging with a standard 120v outlet"...
  5. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    I'm looking to install a Level 2 Charger. Does anyone have any recommendations? There was a thread on this topic that's over a year old (for Los Angeles), but the names listed aren't around anymore. Thanks!
  6. Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    Just drove home a new '15 Volt and am deciding on how to best set up my home charging station. I could really use some knowledgable advice, preferably from electricians or others who've fully researched this. (I didn't see a "Volt/EV 101" section in the FAQ, so please excuse if these are covered...
  7. Chevy Volt Engineering and Design
    It seems like the electric utilities and especially the "charger" manufacturers are going out of their way to portray level 2 charging stations as exotic rocket science. Exorbitant installation charges, paid site surveys, certified installers traveling from afar, etc. This isn't the case...
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