I started talking to a company about solar panels on the house and they have put together a proposal (I haven't seen yet -- meeting is set for tomorrow) that includes an EV charger with the inverter. Some basic info for the inverter's charger (more details in the link above): 240V at 40amps. J1772 plug (does the Model 3 come with this adapter?) I had initially planned on doing a NEMA 14-50 self install (I've done some panel work before -- not terrified by the work). I understand the 3 is limited on its ability to charge without a HPWC, but my reading seems to bring up conflicting info about the specific limitation. Considering that I can install the NEMA 14-50 myself for the cost of the parts (~$50 based on my rough estimate), I'm thinking I should ask how much getting that charger with the inverter adds to the cost of the solar install. My Questions: Would this J1772 charger charge the Model 3 at the same rate as the NEMA 14-50? Any other reasons I should consider one over the other?