Apologies if this has been covered elsewhere, but my searching turned up nothing... I reserved a Model 3 (yay, me!), and mow my attention is turned towards what I may need to ask my HOA for when installing an EVSE. I live in an apartment-style condo where each building has 4 units with shared garage space (with assigned parking) in the basement. Conveniently for me, the DTE feed for my building (and half of the neighboring building) is in a utility room in the basement level -- I don't think it would be a big deal to run a line to the pillar next to my garage door and mount an HPWC on the pillar. What I don't understand is how the power gets split coming in to the building. The feed from DTE comes in to the box on the left in the photo, and the label says it is rated for 800 A. The boxes in the center and right each have 3 meter pans with 100-A master breakers under them. The panel in my unit on the 2nd floor is a subpanel with no master breaker. Since everything in the unit is electric except for the furnace, I suspect I need to increase capacity. Ideally, I'd like to get a second meter from DTE so I can take advantage of their EV rate plan (a separate meter is required). What options are available to me with this setup? Any advice is much appreciated so I can get my proposal to the HOA in order (I know this is a couple of years out, but I want to start navigating the politics sooner than later). Thanks in advance for any help/ideas!