This question has zero to do with Teslas; rather, it is a situation unique to our little community. NB: This is Bush Alaska. Regulatory issues DO NOT apply! Yippee-yi-yay.If one were to offer electricity to a neighbor, and one had a run of about 750 feet, and one were to throw over 120V juice, and one had access ONLY to 6ga Cu....and no transformer....then one could expect unreasonable deterioration, correct? Like something down around the 100-105V range, or even worse. Correct?BUT...if neighbor needs only 120V, not 240V...then, in that case, what if one were to start with 240v (L1 - L2 - Neut)? At the end of the run there still would be the loss, down to the same amount as with 120V (ie, 100+100 = 200, more or less)....So...if this were the case, in this situation, would there be a way then to: (1.) combine Legs 1 & 2 (are they in synch?), and then (2.) drop the voltage from 200v (or wherever it is) to a usable 115-130V??????????? I know it's always easier to drop down in voltage than to jump up, but I fear I'm fighting a losing battle here. At any rate, I know there are those out there with far more knowledge here than I have.