Hey all, just wanted to share with you something that PG&E just let me know. About 2 weeks ago I contacted them to let them know I was getting an EV and would be changing my rate plan as a result. They then had me talk to someone who asked if I was getting the 10 kW charger or the 20 kW twin charger option. Turns out that during peak times if you have 20 kW running it is likely to overload many standard transformers on top of electric poles. They had to come inspect mine and indeed the transformer on the pole behind my house must be upgraded. They are now booked out to February to do this work. They cover the expenses for this, of course, since it is their issue and not my personal property. The advice they gave me in case the car comes between now and the transformer fix is only charge off peak until it is fixed. Now, I will try and do this as much as possible, but I work all hours and sometimes will need to charge during the day while I sleep during the day. I guess I will have to limit the draw from the HPWC until PG&E upgrades their equipment. I had not heard of this before so I wanted to let you all know well ahead of time. Cheers.