I was looking for info on charging my Tesla (ahem, chances of me actually getting a Model S are slim to none, but one can dream...).
I have a 35A single phase connection.
I *may* move to a house with a 3x63A connection which I will downgrade to 3x25A (saves me 600€ a year or so in fixed cost!!!) combined with an intelligent switch that holds the electrical heating elements (10kW?) from switching ON when I draw too much current (house has earth-warmth-compressor pump for warming/cooling and no natural gas-connection, so everything, including cooking (up to ~10kW) is done with electricity).
So what are my options? 1x16A charging in my current house is about it, and haven't read about a multiphase charger I think. Or would the dual-charger in the Model S run on two different phases?
And to all of you that are Dutch and planning to buy a Model S: any info on the roadtax exemption for the Model S? As it stands now, this will be over in 2015. Unless you're a millionaire with money to burn, this is something extremely important to know when doing such a (in my case certainly) once-in-a-life time investment. But the Dutch government will not give you that certainty...
(Not that I expect anything constructive from my government after being stiffed by them for part of the subsidies in my first solarpanel system... Hence me buying a system without any subsidies or interference from them now. (Total now exceeds 5kWp ))