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    How Apartment Dwellers Charge their EVs

    We don't have them stateside yet, but these are popping up in the EU. It's clever and unobtrusive. They just insert them into lampposts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mp4guy View Post
    We don't have them stateside yet, but these are popping up in the EU. It's clever and unobtrusive. They just insert them into lampposts.
    I've seen this plenty of times in California, though they seem to connect to power poles instead. There's one along my route home, I've seen a line hanging down from the post and an EV connected directly to it. They just don't look as nice as this one here.

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    Good luck getting suburban American apartment management companies to pay for anything like this. We don't have lamp posts to begin with!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mp4guy View Post
    We don't have them stateside yet, but these are popping up in the EU. It's clever and unobtrusive. They just insert them into lampposts.
    Yes and there are cities in the US who are looking at those. Cities are swapping out Sodium for LEDs mostly because they are low maintenance and consume a fraction of the energy. The Feds say the typical 1000W bulb will draw 80W after conversion... and still wired to handle the full load. There lies part of the problem.

    If one of these devices were put on each street light, it could require up to 100 hours to charge a Tesla 3 from empty to full, if all lamp stations were in use. (Of course, the average US EV travels half the mileage of an ICE car over its life.)

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