Actually, if you have a Gen2 (you posted in the Gen2 forum), you do have an EVSE capable of providing 240v at 12a, so I'd say you do have L2. All you need is the appropriate adapter for your receptacle. See http://gm-volt.com/forum/showthread.php?218442-2016-Volt-120v-EVSE-is-L1-L2-Conversion-Capable .Don't have a Level 2 . . .
I have made the adaptor for the GM-supplied EVSE and it works well. And, I've had an electrician install a dedicated 50a circuit. So, I'm debating whether it's worth pulling the trigger now to buy a 'real' level 2 for the benefit of the tax credit and the ability to have a true portable charger to take with me.Actually, if you have a Gen2 (you posted in the Gen2 forum), you do have an EVSE capable of providing 240v at 12a, so I'd say you do have L2. All you need is the appropriate adapter for your receptacle. See http://gm-volt.com/forum/showthread.php?218442-2016-Volt-120v-EVSE-is-L1-L2-Conversion-Capable .
FWIW, I noticed that the price on the Clipper Creek HCS-40 with JuiceNet (sold, and price set by, eMotorWerks) went up by $60 recently (in the past ~1.5 months), and (if I'm remembering the prices correctly; I didn't write them down) the list price of the ChargePoint Home has gone up by about $50 at about the same time, although the actual price went down because of a sale on Amazon. This may just be a blip, or maybe eMotorWerks and/or ChargePoint are deliberately jacking up list prices a bit just before the tax rebate expiration so they can make a big deal about lowering them in a month or so. The market works in mysterious ways....If you are going to be buying a level 2 anyway, I think now would be the time. Their costs may drop a bit with the tax credit expiration, but probably not 30 percent.