This article is about getting ready for Electric Vehicles in ACT owners corporations.
Question: How will strata managers meet the challenge of many complexes moving totally from petrol to fully electric vehicles in the very near future?
How will strata managers meet the challenge of many complexes moving totally from petrol to fully electric vehicles in the very near future?
What is the process? Is there a supply of capable contractors? Do Strata Managers have the experience/preparedness? What is the ability of older built UP to supply sufficient electricity? Etc
Answer: There are several companies that are available for the Owners Corporation to seek advice from.
As this would be an improvement to the amenities of the complex, the Owners Corporation must first set aside the funds for the installation of the facilities to charge these vehicles.
To ensure the owners corporation has the capacity to carry the additional load of electricity, an Electrical Engineer should be engaged to undertake a review of the power supply for the complex.
There are several companies that are available for the Owners Corporation to seek advice from. One of the longest that has been around is Jet Charge, and they are able to provide further advice on the best options for the Owners Corporations individual needs and wants.
Independent consulting engineers, such as John Raineri & Associates, can also be engaged to provide assessments and recommendations.
This post appears in Strata News #509.
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This article is not intended to be personal advice and you should not rely on it as a substitute for any form of advice.
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