I'm sure that we all have a different answer to that question.planet4ever wrote:I had to ask myself, 'Why did you care so much about what you expected to learn on June 30?'
My own is that I am building a new home right now. Obviously, it would be best to install whatever is needed for the home charger from the get-go as part of the project. Trusting Nissan's word, I reassured my contractor and electrician that "by June 30" I could provide them "more details on [...] how to begin preparing [the] home for [my Leaf]." The electrician has been waiting for those specs, and getting them "later this summer" will hardly suffice. The wiring has to be laid over the next couple of weeks or we won't be able to move in as scheduled.
I guess at this point I am simply going to try to pick the brains of friends who own Tesla Roadsters. Perhaps they can provide workable specs for breakers, wire gauges, circuits, optimal locations in the garage, etc. I just hope that those specs will suffice for the Leaf, when and if I can arrange for an inspection --rather than installing the precise Leaf components from the ground up. Nissan hasn't left me much choice.