Tangent to the thread, but after thinking about the home chargers out there, it occurred to me that some entrepreneurial soul would put together a smartphone app for hooking up with home chargers in areas that aren't well covered by public stations... sort of a social network for EV owners in need. Sort of like back in the early days of the automobile when filling stations were rare/nonexistent in rural areas.hill wrote:From one Gary to another . . . . let me correct that. Anyone wanting to stop by MY pad for a DOUBLY free charge & go . . . . well, feel free! Hey, it's solar . . . so it's REALLY free! That's GOT to kill the oil companiesgarygid wrote:Orange County, CA - not offered
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Oh. Wait . . . you mean, free installation. See, I thought this was a "stop by and charge for free" thread.
If your landlord was willing, then why didn't you accept the charger when it was offered? Have you tried contacting Ecotality to see if they will still accept you?anandkris wrote:Cupertino CA - Offered
But I stay in a rental home, so not accepted. Any of know how I can get a free charger installed? My landlord is willing. Thanks.
Hi neighbor. I'm in Northridge and had my free charger installed last week. The company doing the install was very competent and did the survey and install the same day. The next day inspectors came and checked it all out. Very good experience. Plus, I finally cleaned out my garage after way too many years. When I mentioned this to the installers they said, "Oh, like we Never heard that before!"mogur wrote:Accepted for a free EV Project charger with no out-of-pocket required. I'm in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles.