I can understand valid reasons for delay, and lack of UL, or no cars would qualify, but you should at least have a plan on where you are going to install, have owner permission, and pulled permits.thankyouOB wrote:If people are so concerned about whether Blink is doing its job and the pace of its roll out for public chargers, why not just call them, instead of posting innuendo on this website?
But something maybe starting to happen at ECOtality. I had called EV Project to find out what is happening and talked to the Los Angeles Area Rep Robert Dickens in February. Not much info, and no map of planned sites for public charging. When you mentioned Valerie Lecesse, the LA regional chief, I went back to the website and now there is NO Los Angeles rep listed, replace by San Francisco rep Jason Smith. Also, no mention of Valerie Lecesse. Do you have a number? Did she send you a map of planned sites?