Ken, do you live in a house or condo? I'm curious how people are dealing with charging at home if you park in a parkade. You'd obviously need a separate meter for your charging station so the strata doesn't bitch about paying your electrical bill. Don't see how it could easily be hooked up with the meter for my unit which is many floors up from the parkade.
I think BC Hydro has some incentives, LiveSmart BC had incentives up to $4500, but that program may be done now. BC Hydro will (again, I think) install a separate metered service for EV charging in multi unit buildings, but bottom line you can expect to spend about 10-12 grand for the install.
I've heard that some buildings install the charging, then charge a monthly fee for residents that want to use it to offset cost. Access can be controlled by swipe cards. Of course, you'd probably need to have a few residents on board before this would pass.
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