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Old 07-16-2019, 11:20 PM   #7 (permalink)
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They are not going to pay to introduce DC quick chargers except if it's to accomplish for benefit charging. I periodically observe them utilized regardless they run $8,000 to $10,000 each.
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If you have vendor info, please pass it along!

I have $30K to gather specs, costs, etc this year in preparation for an install in July 2020.

If it costs $500K, it likely won't get approved. But if I can get something reasonable for $200K it might. Or it might get trimmed to $150K. The $500K install ... which eventually will get done .. since electric vehicles are where we are headed .. may need 2 runs of 350 mcm 3 phase cable buried. The install of the buried cable costs way more than the copper cable. So I'll find the money somewhere to get the right cable buried instead of the minimum cable size for the cheaper option.

I'm *NOT* ripping up the parking lot twice!
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