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Charging in Seabrook/Kiawah (Charleston, SC)?

Discussion in 'Southeast' started by JST, Oct 14, 2014.

  1. JST

    JST Active Member

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    Are there any L2 charging options on Seabrook or Kiawah, other than private homes? I don't see anything on Plugshare.

    Seems like it would be a great place for destination charging, either on Kiawah or perhaps at the shops/hotel and/or marina that sit between the two gated communities.
     
  2. LMB

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    There's L2 charging in the pay lot near Marion Square. We do a range charge at the Santee Supercharger which holds us until we get back there a few days later. Works for us since we're coming in on I-95.
     
  3. widepipe

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    Any updates here? We're driving down there in a few months and would love an alternative to my in-laws wall outlet. I know there is a destination charger at The Sanctuary in Kiawah, but the word on Plugshare is that you have to pay $22 to park in the location where you can use it. Plugshare doesn't show anything else until you get closer to Charleston.
     
  4. tomsModelS

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    I'm the one who left the note on Plugshare last November about the Sanctuary policy of charging $22 to plug in, regardless of whether you stay there or just dine/drink there.

    When I saw this thread I decided to revisit them today and see what current policy is. A valet told me that I can charge for free if I am a guest or if I eat or drink there. He did caution me that it is only a 40 amp HPWC so it may take a while to get a decent charge.

    @widipe, I hope this helps.
     
  5. widepipe

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    Thanks for the info. If I can grab a drink and plug in for free, that would be great. I'll find out in a few months when I get down there.

     

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