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Philip R
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« Reply #15 on: July 01, 2020, 01:21:29 PM »

Do Costco have electric car chargers. I have not seen any at Birmingham,(many rats though in the car park verges) Chester or Trafford Park outlets. Their roof areas are vast, could generate a load of PV electricity. Saying that, at the T Park site, the other week, the roof collapsed during a rainstorm and flooded the shopfloor!
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« Reply #16 on: July 01, 2020, 01:31:34 PM »

So at my nearest Costco they have 16 EV chargers - all 7kW points and free to use for members.  The only annoyance is you have to go ask the chaps in the tyre shop to activate/ unlock the charge points each time - you canít just rock up and do it yourself. 

I Can usually get 5-7kWh into the car during a normal visit.

3.06kWp SolarEdge system with a split array:
2.18kWp 10x South facing, plus 4x West facing 880W

Mk1 ImmerSUN DHW diverter
4kW PowerVault Battery

Tesla Model 3 Long Range
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