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In case some of you didn't catch the New York Times article from last week concerning Fisker's charging partnership. We've already ordered several chargers for the three buildings at our downtown dealership and our site assessment is this coming week.

http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/22/fisker-designed-charging-units-to-be-installed-at-time-of-karma-purchase/
 

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FiskerPalmBeach said:
In case some of you didn't catch the New York Times article from last week concerning Fisker's charging partnership. We've already ordered several chargers for the three buildings at our downtown dealership and our site assessment is this coming week.

http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/22/fisker-designed-charging-units-to-be-installed-at-time-of-karma-purchase/
I have a question about the installation cost. Are they quoting you a fixed price (as the news release said), or are they going to give you a customized quote based on your specific requirements? The $1400 fixed price would be pretty high for someone who has 220V connection readily available, but low for someone who needs a new sub-panel installed, etc. Just wondering how EV Connect is approaching the installation. Thanks.

-- Fab.
 

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FiskerPalmBeach said:
In case some of you didn't catch the New York Times article from last week concerning Fisker's charging partnership. We've already ordered several chargers for the three buildings at our downtown dealership and our site assessment is this coming week.

http://wheels.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/22/fisker-designed-charging-units-to-be-installed-at-time-of-karma-purchase/
I have a question about the installation cost. Are they quoting you a fixed price (as the news release said), or are they going to give you a customized quote based on your specific requirements? The $1400 fixed price would be pretty high for someone who has 220V connection readily available, but low for someone who needs a new sub-panel installed, etc. Just wondering how EV Connect is approaching the installation. Thanks.

-- Fab.
Fab,

EV Connect mentioned yesterday that a consumer website will be made available shortly so that early deposit holders can begin the assessment / permitting / installation process ahead of their KARMA's arrival. One of their executives will be visiting us next week with an electrician, so afterward I'll share the details with our customers and then the forum.

Have a great 4th of July.
 
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