Thought of the Day: Charging Provision in Multi Family Dwellings

Welcome to Thought of the Day! Join Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield as she poses a thought of the day inspired by recent news events.

Today, she’s asking if all new housing developments, multi family dwellings and complexes should have mandated provision for electric car charging? And more importantly, who should pay for it?

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  • frguy

    Most new homes now have a dryer outlet. In new construction it’s a very nominal cost to run another 240 volt line and install an outlet in a garage or outside wall. The dryers haven’t caused massive electrical supply problems, I don’t envision plug in cars causing a problem, especially if people learn to charge at night when demand on the electrical grid is the lowest.