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PG&E Green Meter Adapter with Powerwalls?


Active Member
Feb 20, 2011
Sunnyvale, CA
Sounds like the interior location may be a winner, there are no restrictions that I can think of since you can shut down all sources of power from the outside just fine. The only restrictions I can think of are working space issues, make sure the panel has 30" wide x 36" deep clear working space for inspection time. Subpanels can go in bedrooms no problem from a code perspective..
I'm afraid where I wrote "master bathroom" you misread "master bedroom". Section 240.24(E) says overcurrent devices cannot be located in bathrooms. I need to figure out some solution that works on the outside wall.

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