Many people who have chosen to drive an EV are trying to reduce their impact on the planet by making a greener choice. This is fantastic. Now all we need is for building codes to catch up.
If you are driving an EV and plan to move, you will be faced with finding a new home that can support charging infrastructure. This means you will need the right amount of available power and access to the electrical system.
Sounds easy, but can be difficult, especially if you plan to move to an apartment or condo. Apartments and condos present a special challenge not only for available power, but also having the right to install what you need. For that reason it is strongly recommended that you do your homework before purchasing or renting.
Fortunately there are builders, and even some municipalities, that understand this challenge and have worked to accommodate this.
If you have been through the process of installing a charging station in your apartment or condo, we would love to hear your stories.