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  1. gnuarm

    The Future of EV Home Charging and the Grid

    The typical home built in the last 40 years has 200 amp service and so can draw up to 40 kW continuously. I've read the distribution grid is designed for an average load of 4 to 6 kW per home. Can anyone confirm this number? Depending on the part of the US you live in many homes use a heat...
  2. mspohr

    San Diego sets up Green Energy power company

    San Diego’s Power Move: City Takes on Utility Over Green Energy San Diego’s Power Move: City Takes on Utility Over Green Energy Frustrated with SDGEs slow progress on clean energy, the city is setting up it's own power company.
  3. Brando

    Electric Utilities - electric car information pages

    A lot of companies: List of United States electric companies - Wikipedia So perhaps people might want to add their utility IF you think the Utility has good information. (or note any misinformation) side note: this is a very good interactive chart sight from Germany - fun to explore Electricity...
  4. L

    Time is Running Out: Plug In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Pilot Program Ends Soon

    The PEV Pilot program in California, that would allow all electric or plug in hybrid cars, to charge at the EV rate set up by your local utility. It's called the PEV Sub-metering Program. Each major California Utilities (PG&E, SCE, SDG&E) has set up a sub-metering program; as an example here...

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