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Green Building Bible, Fourth Edition
Green Building Bible, fourth edition (both books)
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    My home charger is 7kW
    I have been asking at work for 2 years now for them to install a charger, it would make more sense to me to charge up during the day when solar is available. Trouble is that they don’t own the building itself (rented office in a larger building), and a different company again owns the wider site of 5 buildings. Plus I don’t think there’s PV on any of the buildings, so maybe not much point in pursuing it anyway.

    I usually park in the space next to the substation on site, to make a point, but I don’t think it is likely to progress any time soon on that site. Wasted opportunities I think. Perhaps it needs to be enshrined in the building regulations to actually make it happen.
    • CommentAuthorphiledge
    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2019
    Unless your using a private non FIT PV system, theres probably no solar available during the day as it is, or should be, being used for essential public services like schools, hospitals, trains, workplaces etc. Daytime charging of EVs is likely to require non green generation.
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