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Discussion in 'North America' started by TEG, Jun 20, 2012.
Being used with a Tesla adapter...
About a year ago, the park vendor that runs the lodges there was complaining that the park service wouldn't let them put one in; they had had several requests. I'm glad they finally managed to get it done.
Note, however, that there are several campgrounds just outside the park that have cabins and 14-50 outlets. That's what we used--you can cover the park pretty well if you start with a full charge from the outside.
If the federal government is serious about promoting EV adoption, installing EVSEs in all the national parks and monuments (outside of urban areas) would be a simple place to start. Driving electric in pristine wilderness should be strongly encouraged!
I could not agree more. Level 2 chargers belong at destinations, not highway rest stops.
I talked to a ranger there couple of years ago. According to him, one of the issues of putting chargers there was that they were not getting enough power into the valley.
Yep, I could see how that's a problem. Of course, we know that the RV parks have plenty of power available, so it's really just the distribution lines into the park (i.e., the park's problem), not the utility distribution system.
Sweet. Now we can take Model S out to visit Yosemite. I assume it's 32A?
Well, technically 30A, I think.
Well, the race is on! Who's going to be the first to get there in Model S?
I'll definitely be the first to get there in a Model X. S honors will go to someone else.