alohart wrote:Hawaii passed a law that prevents condo boards and apartment complex owners from blocking the installation of an EV charging circuit if sufficient electrical capacity exists and the condo or apartment resident gets all necessary government, condo board, or apartment owner approvals, pays for the installation and maintenance of the circuit, and holds the condo association or apartment owner harmless should damage result. You might check whether your state has a similar law.
Thanks for the suggestion. Looks like Massachusetts doesn't have such protections BUT BOSTON DOES:
https://www.lawmtm.com/boston-right-cha ... icles.html
On January 2, 2019, the Governor signed into law a Home Rule Petition for the City of Boston establishing the “right to charge” for condominium unit owners. The new law allows Boston condominium unit owners to install electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on or near their parking spaces, subject to reasonable restrictions which the condominium association may impose. The new law will take effect February 1, 2019.
That provides some good precedent, at least.