Arrived home last night to find someone parked next to the 32amp outlet I normally use to charge my car. No worries, there are plenty of wall sockets around and I have a 25meter extension lead I used to charge a rate of around 2.2kw. Ran the cable, plugged in, and started charging fine. My charge level was down to about 95km. A few hours later I see charging has STOPPED and my range is only at 120km. I thought I may have blown a fuse or something so i go and check. Nope, cable/power is AOK. Un plug and plug in again and it starts charging again, and I head to bed. Wake up in the morning and charge has reached 130km now, but again 'stopped'. Given the temperature outside dropped to around -20 last night (-4f), I figure this may be related. I assume that the 2.2kw just isnt enough power to heat the battery sufficiently to even start charging and was only able to get the first 25 - 35km because it was slightly warm from my earlier drive. Luckily, by morning, the space with the 32amp outlet was free, so I moved the car and plugged in. My app shows status as 'charging' but at 0km/h. When looking at the instrument cluster, I could see 'snow flake' icon next to the battery, and also a BLUE bar on the battery charge indicator. Presumably the battery is being heated and will charge when warm enough. Will see how things go!