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Re: Official EV Project / Ecotality / free charger thread

Wed Feb 20, 2013 6:56 am

My install guy told me I had one of the last ones! :D I think it was installed actually on the 31st.
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Mon Mar 18, 2013 12:12 pm

I applied two weeks ago and have an electrician coming out for the initial assessment on Thursday. Kind of nervous because the people that lived in the house before me did some janky crap with the electrical. I'll have my brother in law who's an electrician there on Thursday for the consult.
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Re: Official EV Project / Ecotality / free charger thread

Mon Mar 18, 2013 1:56 pm

PlutoISaPlanet wrote:I applied two weeks ago and have an electrician coming out for the initial assessment on Thursday. Kind of nervous because the people that lived in the house before me did some janky crap with the electrical. I'll have my brother in law who's an electrician there on Thursday for the consult.
I wouldn't worry too much. The guy coming out is just going to look at the panel to check on capacity to handle the additional load, and the physical situation to see how hard it will be to run the circuit. He's not going to inspect the whole house.

However, if there's "janky crap" in your electrical, that would make me nervous for other reasons. I'd call another electrician to come out and fix it. Who wants a fire because some idiot tried to save a couple of bucks?
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Re: Official EV Project / Ecotality / free charger thread

Tue Mar 19, 2013 6:24 am

What does your brother in law say? Is there something to worry about? If so, fix it first
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Re: Official EV Project / Ecotality / free charger thread

Fri Mar 22, 2013 12:17 am

DaveinOlyWA wrote:What does your brother in law say? Is there something to worry about? If so, fix it first
nothing to worry about. We'll get it patched up
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Sun Mar 24, 2013 10:40 am

Our EV Project Residential Participation Agreement is terming out soon. There's an opportunity to extend it through the end of this year. Ecotality says nothing on original contract would be changed with the extension, just the new termination date.
The Pros would be that they could still collect data and the warranty will be extended until then. Any cons or additional pros?
I wonder how the Ecotality and Chargepoint partnership might affect things.
I also wonder what other participatants did/plan to do... let it expire or renew...
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Re: Official EV Project / Ecotality / free charger thread

Sun Mar 24, 2013 10:58 am

GoingGreener wrote:Our EV Project Residential Participation Agreement is terming out soon. There's an opportunity to extend it through the end of this year. Ecotality says nothing on original contract would be changed with the extension, just the new termination date.
The Pros would be that they could still collect data and the warranty will be extended until then. Any cons or additional pros?
I wonder how the Ecotality and Chargepoint partnership might affect things too.
TIA.
I extended towards the end of last year until the end of this.

That's it. No other changes from my perspective. They provide free maintenance until the end of the year in return for collecting more data. Since we have already agreed to sharing our data up to now, I don't see a downside at all.
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Re: Official EV Project / Ecotality / free charger thread

Sun Mar 24, 2013 11:08 am

JPWhite wrote:
GoingGreener wrote:Our EV Project Residential Participation Agreement is terming out soon. There's an opportunity to extend it through the end of this year. Ecotality says nothing on original contract would be changed with the extension, just the new termination date.
The Pros would be that they could still collect data and the warranty will be extended until then. Any cons or additional pros?
I wonder how the Ecotality and Chargepoint partnership might affect things too.
TIA.
I extended towards the end of last year until the end of this.

That's it. No other changes from my perspective. They provide free maintenance until the end of the year in return for collecting more data. Since we have already agreed to sharing our data up to now, I don't see a downside at all.

I thought the con was their new revised agreement.

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Re: Official EV Project / Ecotality / free charger thread

Sun Mar 24, 2013 12:18 pm

Thanks JPWhite. Was thinking the same.

EVDriver - Seems like the previous "revisions" such as "unilateral" changes, etc... aren't required anymore.

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