There will need to be earth stakes set up or large underground conducting plates for its earthing.
Not quite so easy is it ?
Just waiting to see how it works out as there will be more to come soon.
The solar panel side of the business has stopped installing panels as they are not providing any benefit to customers until at least 25 years. It just slipped away and no one wants them.
Local authority council is now offering a discount installation on solar so waiting to see that take place next.
The car charging cable will need to be much larger than that used for 7kw showers due to having to run for 7 hours. It will need to be in open air for cooling so possibly an armoured cable run along the wall outside.
A local Hotel has asked for 3 charging points but not possible as the Hotel supply is inadequate.
Getting interesting now the cars seem to be selling. Within a couple of years, there will be power failures due to lack of enough supply power.
Watch what happens next.
I think the hybrid is the safest option if buying into electric transport. I tried out a few and they were good except there is no benefit during Winter use.
I bought a petrol car as i dont want to be sitting in a lithium bomb. Petrol is bad enough if you do have a shunt.
The best way to run an all electric car is to have a solar system and an off peak supply. Good to use solar when parked up in the day at home so may suit retired people who do not use a car every day. The off peak supply will charge at around 5p a unit instead of around 15p a unit. No doubt suppliers will raise off peak tariffs as demand increases.
Given the mark up on buying a battery car, the installation cost and the residual value of the car, you need to be very green and rich.