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LADWP Officials Expanded Electric Vehicle Program - Los Angeles

Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by Snarky Marky, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. Snarky Marky

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    We live in Los Angeles, and get our electrical service via LADWP. Question - is anyone familiar with LA's electrical vehicle program, where the city will refund up to $750 toward installation of a wall mounted charger. However, with the Tesla, all we need to install is the standard NEMA 14-50 240 volt outlet., which we just did. However, I'm wondering if we should install the Tesla wall mounted unit to get the city rebate? Any thoughts?

    Home Charging: residential customers who purchase an EV are eligible for a $750 rebate when they purchase and install a wall-mounted charger. The requirement to install metering under the previous program has also been removed for customer convenience. Customers who choose to install a separate Time-of-Use meter for their EV charger to take advantage of the LADWP off-peak EV discount rate will receive an additional $250 credit on their LADWP bill. This will provide many months of cost-free driving and provides valuable information to LADWP on time-of-day EV charging.
     

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