Anyway, back to Mary's original question.
I, for one, have been very vocal on this issue and I think most of the more active members know well where I stand. I am planning to start contacting local electrical contractors for estimates to do the EVSE installation work. I have not decided upon which unit to use, but I hope the Levaton one will be available next month (not likely but I can hope) and then just get it all done in November or December at the latest though what with holidays and all I don't know if I can get anyone in December. None the less, I will try my hardest to get it done by 31 December because any Electrical Contractor can do the EVSE installation and you get the tax credit, 50% off up to $2000 (Any installation costs above $4000 you pay in full) and damn Congress for not extending this and all the <excised> for not allowing this teeny weeny little bit of <booga wooga>STIM-U-LUS<wooooooo> that will, like the ARRA has, create #$^ jobs already! Grrr.
Okay, I'm calm again. Sorry! Anyway, yes, I plan to be installed by 31 Dec, local contractor and EVSE producer willing. If they extend the credit in the lame-duck session and I've not installed yet, I'll definitely wait!
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