Hi Guys,
I am still trying to figure out my charging situation so got a few quotes. I currently have a panel rated at 125 amps.
Here are the two quotes I got 
1) electrician said he can only install a 30 amp breaker. I can charge at 22 miles per hour with this setup. Total cost of install $893
2) another electrician wants to add a 100 amp sub panel and wants to charge $1800. With this setup I can get a 50 amp breaker and could charge at 30 miles/ hr or higher.
I am leaning towards option 1 since my commute is only 10 miles per day and I charge one or two times a week overnight to get back at 90% soc on trickle charging. Is $893 a decent quote for nema 14/30 install? I have no idea so decided to post here. Also would like to mention that I have a supercharger opening a mile away from my home by end of year (per Tesla’s website)
I am still trying to figure out my charging situation so got a few quotes. I currently have a panel rated at 125 amps.
Here are the two quotes I got 
1) electrician said he can only install a 30 amp breaker. I can charge at 22 miles per hour with this setup. Total cost of install $893
2) another electrician wants to add a 100 amp sub panel and wants to charge $1800. With this setup I can get a 50 amp breaker and could charge at 30 miles/ hr or higher.
I am leaning towards option 1 since my commute is only 10 miles per day and I charge one or two times a week overnight to get back at 90% soc on trickle charging. Is $893 a decent quote for nema 14/30 install? I have no idea so decided to post here. Also would like to mention that I have a supercharger opening a mile away from my home by end of year (per Tesla’s website)
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