KevinSharpe
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EDF message that 13A sockets have 'safety implications'

Mon May 07, 2012 1:40 pm

Home charging with EDF Energy why get a home charging unit - "And while it is, in principal, possible to plug an electric vehicle into a regular household power supply using a 13-amp three-pin plug, there are safety implications that every new 'EV' owner needs to consider"

http://www.thechargingpoint.com/knowled ... -unit.html

If you want the choice to charge on low cost, 13A sockets in future, you might want to comment on this article before it becomes a thing of the past :shock:
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KevinSharpe
Posts: 418
Joined: Thu Jul 07, 2011 3:10 pm
Delivery Date: 07 Jul 2011
Location: Frome, UK

Re: EDF message that 13A sockets have 'safety implications'

Fri May 18, 2012 1:17 am

Ampera using a 13A socket to charge at Premier Inn :D

http://ow.ly/i/DiXX
Investor/Tinkerer in Biomethane, Electric Transport, Hydrogen, Hydropower, Solar, Wind & Wave.

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