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neptune wrote:
Jun 5th, 2017 11:48 am
I'm pretty sure almost every electric car has that functionality built-in. So you can leave the EVSE plugged into the car and use the car's app to schedule charging periods.
It is not even the majority of EV's that properly support delayed/scheduled charging. Many don't, many do. It varies.
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seadooxp30 wrote:
Jun 4th, 2017 11:50 pm
Anyone know where to get JUICEBOX PRO 40 EVSE at good price?
Looks like its out of stock in Ontario and cheapest I have seen is $995 !!

I like the product and wifi capapility
I'm considering Juice Box Pro 40 as well. It's $939 on autochargers.ca but currently out of stock.
http://www.autochargers.ca/products/jui ... 0-eve.html
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seadooxp30 wrote:
Jun 27th, 2017 3:40 pm
I was told by them that will be higher in price when its available. I think around 1099 for Juice Box Pro.

My ChargePoint is up and running in my garage. so far so good.
Yes, I paid them a visit this morning - JuiceBox Pro 40 will be available later this week for $1,099.
They have a nice showroom with all the chargers from their website, so I was able to take a look and compare. In terms of design, ChargePoint definitely stands out, it looks and feels premium compared to everything everything else, which are just utilitarian. They also told me ChargePoint is currently the largest EVSE manufacturer right now with a lot of experience and great support. The 10% discount runs until July 9th and there will be no other discounts until Holidays.
Even though my car won't be delivered until mid-August, I think I'll just go back and pick up the ChargePoint (plug-in version) before the discount runs out.
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SilvianC206347 wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 12:08 pm
Even though my car won't be delivered until mid-August, I think I'll just go back and pick up the ChargePoint (plug-in version) before the discount runs out.
Careful with that strategy... you won't get the government rebate if your car isn't registered yet.
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neptune wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 2:14 pm
Careful with that strategy... you won't get the government rebate if your car isn't registered yet.
Can't I just buy the charger now and submit the forms when I have the car?

Edit: From the EV Charging incentive application guide:
Electric vehicle charging station incentive applications must be received within three (3) months of the ESA certificate date of the charging station installation. If only applying for the purchase cost please submit your application within 3 months of the charger purchase date.

I think it'll be fine, I can do the install and ESA certification right before I get the car, that would give me 3 months to submit the forms.
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SilvianC206347 wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 12:08 pm
Yes, I paid them a visit this morning - JuiceBox Pro 40 will be available later this week for $1,099.
They have a nice showroom with all the chargers from their website, so I was able to take a look and compare. In terms of design, ChargePoint definitely stands out, it looks and feels premium compared to everything everything else, which are just utilitarian. They also told me ChargePoint is currently the largest EVSE manufacturer right now with a lot of experience and great support. The 10% discount runs until July 9th and there will be no other discounts until Holidays.
Even though my car won't be delivered until mid-August, I think I'll just go back and pick up the ChargePoint (plug-in version) before the discount runs out.
How are you getting a discount? Will we be able to get a discount online when it's in stock before July 9th?
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SilvianC206347 wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 3:55 pm
Can't I just buy the charger now and submit the forms when I have the car?

Edit: From the EV Charging incentive application guide:
Electric vehicle charging station incentive applications must be received within three (3) months of the ESA certificate date of the charging station installation. If only applying for the purchase cost please submit your application within 3 months of the charger purchase date.

I think it'll be fine, I can do the install and ESA certification right before I get the car, that would give me 3 months to submit the forms.
In order to get the charging rebate your VIN must already be registered for the main EV rebate.
Can't get cart before the horse ;)
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aqnd wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 5:55 pm
In order to get the charging rebate your VIN must already be registered for the main EV rebate.
Can't get cart before the horse ;)
For sure, what I'm saying is I can buy the charger now so I can take advantage of the sale, install it right before my car is delivered, then once I have the car, I'll submit the form for the charger rebate. I have 3 months to submit from the installation date.
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sneaky wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 4:28 pm
How are you getting a discount? Will we be able to get a discount online when it's in stock before July 9th?
Chargepoint is in stock right now and on sale until July 9th -10% off. Don't need to do anything, the discount is posted on the website.
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I am thinking about install the charger myself. Does anybody know do I need to install a disconnect switch close to the charger? I am in Ontario.
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SilvianC206347 wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 6:04 pm
For sure, what I'm saying is I can buy the charger now so I can take advantage of the sale, install it right before my car is delivered, then once I have the car, I'll submit the form for the charger rebate. I have 3 months to submit from the installation date.
Fair enough
qyong wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 6:51 pm
I am thinking about install the charger myself. Does anybody know do I need to install a disconnect switch close to the charger? I am in Ontario.
You don't, unless that's a new code revision in the 3 years since I installed. (Haven't heard of it)
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SilvianC206347 wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 6:07 pm
Chargepoint is in stock right now and on sale until July 9th -10% off. Don't need to do anything, the discount is posted on the website.
I'm in the same boat as a you. Waiting for the Focus but would like to have the charger installed and ready to use prior to delivery of the car.
The JuicePro would still work out be $650 after the $500 rebate. This would be future proof I think.
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guessguy wrote:
Jul 2nd, 2017 12:30 pm
I'm in the same boat as a you. Waiting for the Focus but would like to have the charger installed and ready to use prior to delivery of the car.
The JuicePro would still work out be $650 after the $500 rebate. This would be future proof I think.
I already bought the ChargePoint. Was looking into Juice box but after I've seen both in the showroom, I changed my mind. Plus, ChargePoint is an established company, they manufacture and install commercial chargers as well, while Juice box (emotorwerks) is more like a startup. You definitely can't go wrong with either, but if future proof is a criteria for you, I'd go Charge point.

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