mitch672 wrote:I was only looking for their model "CT2100" which is a combo Level 1 (120V outlet behind a locked door), and a Level 2 (J-1772 EVSE) model. I saw a slide presentation that puts it at $7,000 installed.. that's way too much for me. If it wasn't much more than a standard EVSE @ $2200, I would consider putting it outside the garage, and then it would be listed on the "ChargePoint" Networks map, and it would essentialy be a "public charger", I would go up to $3000 or so but not $7K...
(I need to stop refreshing this site)
Anyway, sorry, I saw your post was in response to a level 3 charger, so I assumed that's what you were wondering about price-wise.
My understanding is that the EVSE is rated/built to be able to be outside as well. I say go with that, and just get yourself on some of the "community" charging sites. Assuming EVs take off like we're hoping they will, I imagine that there will be better resources than just "ChargePoint" to find charging stations. Sure, it might not show up on the in-car map, but anyone with a smart phone or who has pre-planned their trip will know about your station.