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Re: installation + ongoing costs for public L2 & DC FC stati

Posted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:48 pm
by cwerdna
What the heck? I made a post at ... 7555#p7555 (in this thread) and I noticed it was deleted as page 2 vanished. It had this below.

Re: Tesla's Superchargers: ... hways.html
Tesla’s rocket-shaped superchargers are designed to work only with versions of Model S with 85-kilowatt-hour battery packs that allow the cars to go more than 200 miles per charge.

The devices cost about $250,000 each and can power four to six cars at one time, Musk said. Tesla plans to install 100 of these superchargers at a cost of $20 million to $30 million over the next three to four years, he said.
I stumbled across ... T.2012.pdf which on page 44 gives of range of $23K to $45K to install a DC FC ($10 to 12K for a commercial grade EVSE).

Long ago, Nissan bragged they got a CHAdeMO DC FC's cost/price down to below $10K. The $10K basic unit at ... vanished long ago w/any reason given.

Re: installation + ongoing costs for public L2 & DC FC stati

Posted: Sat Aug 09, 2014 10:23 pm
by cwerdna ... ly2014.pdf on slide 10 from lists DC FC installation and demand costs.

The mean cost for installation of 99 DC FCs, not including DC FC hardware was $20,848. There's also a table of utility demand chargers per month, depending on the utility. The range was from $16/mo to $1460/mo.
TonyWilliams wrote:The way it works at San Diego Gas & Electric is this way (dollar amounts are estimates):

19.9kW - no demand fee surcharge
20kW - $26 per kW = $520 monthly
50kW - $26 per kW = $1300 monthly
The table in the above PDF lists $1061/month for San Diego Gas and Electric. It's unclear what power levels INL is talking about though...

If we assumed a 44 kW, then at $26 per kW, that'd be $1144/mo, which isn't far off from the INL figure.

Re: installation + ongoing costs for public L2 & DC FC stations

Posted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 10:27 pm
by cwerdna
To resurrect an old thread: ... 609/page-2 reported on ... -michigan/ which mentions ""With a total cost of $77,300, the charger is available to the public beginning January 4, 2020." It's a dual plug and dual standard ChargePoint Express 250.

Also, the NissanQC domain has been taking over by a squatter that redirects to something else. One can see a snapshot of it at ...