Something I've been thinking about for a while... it seems to me that it should be possible to make a charger that charges from two ordinary wall plugs (where I am they're Schuko 220V 15A), so long as the plugs are plugged into different circuits in the building with different breakers. * We're all single phase here, so there should be no phase issues. * No power should flow to ground so there shouldn't be a ground fault. * Resistance should be the same on both circuits, both on the live and neutral, so current should be divided up evenly Am I missing something or would this be possible? Note that I don't think it would be possible (at least safely) in the US because if I'm not mistaken you guys have a split-phase approach to power, and not all of the phases in a house are the same - correct? Just curious.