That just leaves them keeping ownership for the extra time...Which could be a problem if unforeseen circumstances (totaling your LEAF, changing jobs and needing to relocate) cause you to have to leave the project. They were willing to waive that for me, so I'm extended but still own it if I up and decide I just gotta trade in for a Tesla.
True, and thanks. Good points as we never know if we might want to relocate (Happy to hear suggestions on great high schools and summer programs in the bay area!). Wow, a waiver, was it easy to ask for?
Did you get your Tesla
? Our college kid was driving behind a gray one in SD last week... also had parked under the solar panels at the Center for Sustainable Energy (I think where the nice people had sent us our CA check for $2,500
). So very happy kids are more aware about sustainable living!
GoingGreener wrote:Thanks JPWhite. Was thinking the same.
EVDriver - Seems like the previous "revisions" such as "unilateral" changes, etc... aren't required anymore.
I guess ridiculous contracts were not working for them so they had to find a new tactic like the Charge Point deal.
This collaboration surprised me. Wonder if the Chargepoint card/activity will stay separate. We had to update our credit card (expired) on file for our Blink card. I'm not sure if that's why we had a problem fast charging at Belmont, CA, this weekend or if the station was just not giving us what we asked for the 1st time.
PlutoISaPlanet wrote:Estimate on my install came back at nearly $1,000. Upgrading my panel to 125Amp from 100 and replacing some unshielded wires going into the main panel along with the install itself.
What will be your "out of pocket"? If you decide to "go" on this, seems like you made it in the program "just in time". Good luck!