So, I had 2 electricians come out to my condo building to give me quotes on NEMA 14-50 instillation in my parking space. Good news- this can be done! BUT, I am getting conflicting opinions from them on HOW this should be done. The first guy told me I have 125A to my unit from main panel, which should support 125A charging, and they will install a sub-panel and just run a cable to my parking spot. Quote $2800 plus $200 for permit (not horrible I guess for a condo instillation). The other guy said that since I have a fairly big condo, I don't have enough power to support 50A charging and he recommends getting a TOU meter from my unity company. This will also allow to have a dedicated line for EV charging and reduce electricity rates will apply. Does any of this make sense? Please be gentle, I know nothing about this stuff. TIA!