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Hello everyone,



A friend of mine and someone that is a member of the NJ Electric Auto
Association started this website for opportunity charging. Thus, if you are
planning a trip with your EV and wanted to actually be able to charge away
from home, you could theoretically do it today! This works because people
located charging locations and put them up on the database. For example, my
location is on the side of my garage. Thus, even if I am not home, the plug
is still available and ready for use by some fellow EVer in need of a
charge.



Thus if you would like to be listed in order to help out a fellow EVer in
need, please add a location. This database along with GPS and you have the
potential to help lots of people.



http://ev-charging.info/



Sincerely;



Douglas A. Stansfield

President

www.TransAtlanticElectricConversions.com

973-875-6276 (office)

973-670-9208 (cell)

973-440-1619 (fax)



ELECTRIC CAR PRODUCERS





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Hi Doug,
Wow makes "The LEast Coast" appear a lot more friendly as all but two
in San.Fran. area are in the North East Region at this time.
Isn't there another list with many more listings that was mentioned on
this list months ago? Perhaps the two lists could share data?
Regards,
Dennis Lee Miles (Director) E.V.T.I. inc.
www.E-V-T-I-Inc.COM (Adviser) EVTI-EVA Education Chapter
Phone (863) 944 - 9913
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On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 7:03 PM, Douglas A. Stansfield <
[email protected]> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> A friend of mine and someone that is a member of the NJ Electric Auto
> Association started this website for opportunity charging. Thus, if you
> are
> planning a trip with your EV and wanted to actually be able to charge away
> from home, you could theoretically do it today! This works because people
> located charging locations and put them up on the database. For example,
> my
> location is on the side of my garage. Thus, even if I am not home, the
> plug
> is still available and ready for use by some fellow EVer in need of a
> charge.
>
>
>
> Thus if you would like to be listed in order to help out a fellow EVer in
> need, please add a location. This database along with GPS and you have the
> potential to help lots of people.
>
>
>
> http://ev-charging.info/
>
>
>
> Sincerely;
>
>
>
> Douglas A. Stansfield
>
> President
>
> www.TransAtlanticElectricConversions.com
>
> 973-875-6276 (office)
>
> 973-670-9208 (cell)
>
> 973-440-1619 (fax)
>
>
>
> ELECTRIC CAR PRODUCERS
>
>
>
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Hi, Again, That is the EAA.com website and under EV information is a
charging outet listing with maps etc. but 120 V. courtesy is not listed
because of so many 240 V. outlets, and small paddle connections also,
perhaps a Link both ways would help us all, And I'm sure there are other
databases out there doing the same thing so if someone knows whoever they
are please help these wonderful people with contact information to link all
of them up for the betterment of us all !!!
Regards,
Dennis Lee Miles (Director) E.V.T.I. inc.
www.E-V-T-I-Inc.COM <http://www.e-v-t-i-inc.com/> (Adviser) EVTI-EVA
Education Chapter
Phone (863) 944 - 9913
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Dennis Miles <[email protected]> wrote:

> Hi Doug,
> Wow makes "The LEast Coast" appear a lot more friendly as all but two
> in San.Fran. area are in the North East Region at this time.
> Isn't there another list with many more listings that was mentioned =
on
> this list months ago? Perhaps the two lists could share data?
>
Regards,
Dennis Lee Miles (Director) E.V.T.I. inc.
www.E-V-T-I-Inc.COM (Adviser) EVTI-EVA Education Chapter
Phone (863) 944 - 9913 <[email protected]>

> Regards,
> Dennis Lee Miles (Director) E.V.T.I. inc.
> www.E-V-T-I-Inc.COM (Adviser) EVTI-EVA Education Chapter
> Phone (863) 944 - 9913 <[email protected]>
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------=
--------------------------------------------
>
> On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 7:03 PM, Douglas A. Stansfield
> <[email protected]>wrote:
>
>> Hello everyone,
>>
>> A friend of mine and someone that is a member of the NJ Electric Auto
>> Association started this website for opportunity charging. Thus, if you
>> are
>> planning a trip with your EV and wanted to actually be able to charge aw=
ay
>> from home, you could theoretically do it today! This works because peop=
le
>> located charging locations and put them up on the database. For example,
>> my
>> location is on the side of my garage. Thus, even if I am not home, the
>> plug
>> is still available and ready for use by some fellow EVer in need of a
>> charge.
>>
>>
>>
>> Thus if you would like to be listed in order to help out a fellow EVer in
>> need, please add a location. This database along with GPS and you have
>> the
>> potential to help lots of people.
>>
>>
>>
>> http://ev-charging.info/
>>
>>
>>
>> Sincerely;
>>
>>
>>
>> Douglas A. Stansfield
>>
>> President
>>
>> www.TransAtlanticElectricConversions.com
>>
>> 973-875-6276 (office)
>>
>> 973-670-9208 (cell)
>>
>> 973-440-1619 (fax)
>>
>>
>>
>> ELECTRIC CAR PRODUCERS
>>
>>
>>
>


--
It=92s estimated that the existing U.S. electrical grid has sufficient
capacity to fully fuel three-quarters of the nation=92s 217 million passeng=
er
vehicles.
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
I'm unaware of the other list but I am sure everyone could work together.
I'm not the keeper of the list...I was just forwarding this on as it is a
wonderful idea and the more people that participate the easier it will be
for the EVers out there that need an Opportunity Charge!!!!

-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf
Of Dennis Miles
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2010 11:49 AM
To: Electric Vehicle Discussion List
Subject: Re: [EVDL] Opportunity Chargering database

Hi Doug,
Wow makes "The LEast Coast" appear a lot more friendly as all but two
in San.Fran. area are in the North East Region at this time.
Isn't there another list with many more listings that was mentioned on
this list months ago? Perhaps the two lists could share data?
Regards,
Dennis Lee Miles (Director) E.V.T.I. inc.
www.E-V-T-I-Inc.COM (Adviser) EVTI-EVA Education Chapter
Phone (863) 944 - 9913
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------
On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 7:03 PM, Douglas A. Stansfield <
[email protected]> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> A friend of mine and someone that is a member of the NJ Electric Auto
> Association started this website for opportunity charging. Thus, if you
> are
> planning a trip with your EV and wanted to actually be able to charge away
> from home, you could theoretically do it today! This works because people
> located charging locations and put them up on the database. For example,
> my
> location is on the side of my garage. Thus, even if I am not home, the
> plug
> is still available and ready for use by some fellow EVer in need of a
> charge.
>
>
>
> Thus if you would like to be listed in order to help out a fellow EVer in
> need, please add a location. This database along with GPS and you have
the
> potential to help lots of people.
>
>
>
> http://ev-charging.info/
>
>
>
> Sincerely;
>
>
>
> Douglas A. Stansfield
>
> President
>
> www.TransAtlanticElectricConversions.com
>
> 973-875-6276 (office)
>
> 973-670-9208 (cell)
>
> 973-440-1619 (fax)
>
>
>
> ELECTRIC CAR PRODUCERS
>
>
>
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Hi Doug, Dennis; Good points! Here on the Least Coast we can START the
Great Electric Highway Way" I know, sounds like shades of Bob Aronson's
"Electric Highway"; I-94 beteran Cicago ~ Deteloilet. Plugs 240 volts three
faze at select Holiday Inns. It DID work. Drive several of his EV odderings
on that trip! H.D. silt a shit load~an' eats, of coffee! While we waited 40
min. for a charge!Well I don't see any 300-400 amp chasging? But now daze
Homes ARE wired for 200 amp service. So WHO the Hell not??It isn't unusual
to see Mick Mansions wired for 400 plus amps. SOME with 3 faze!! Sorry,
sports fans. not Me! But lets face you can't BUY High amp stuff at Blowes,
or Home despot for 80 amp capable 80 amp plugs? We CAN buy NEMA-50's for,
what? ten-20 bux?. Power cable for #6 wiers, conduit, etc for us self
do-utieur selfers? This is what the Tesla guyz seem to be able to use? Sooo
I built it using the thinking; "IF You Buildl it they will come?"Expecting a
Tesla stoping for a charge , in sept, showing the possabilf long distant EV
travelly? SOooo, pencil in ; 29 Lovers Lovers Lane in Killingworth, CT.
06049 for 240 volts worth as well as 120 volts, even. IF yur patent?The NEMA
50 is ready to go. In the box larked; Duh! "Electric Vehicle Charging
siation"EV spelled right?!It's there IF I aint. Pope OTHER EV'rs will step
up to the plate, EVentually?

OK? I GUESS I will have to buy a J-7272 WhatEVer setup? IF it is
affordable? Not agsinst that.But as guyz have commented on here; WHY hnot
the RV 240 volt stetups sheeple plug in their Wina-Bagles in. The 50 amp 240
volt jobs with the sides that open outside. making as roomy as NYC Apt's!
I'm SURE the RV folks hsve adressed the safety things? Grandma can plug h
irig WITHOUT being rilicticuted?BUT the Electric Co's don't wanna hear
about it! I SAT in a haering, brouhgt THIS up!! Poo pooghed the eholt
thing.Not expensiving enough? THOUSANDS if bux to have a Charging station
wired into your garage!! Signs of $$$$$ lighting up in the EV co's guyz
eyes! Here iwas an problem NOT eing an issue? But MAKE it one$$$$ I have
been charging for YEARS on 120 volts! BIG deal?6-8 hours during the day,
train my train runs, while I slept? Car would be nice and juicy.Resdy to go
to the enchanting danites I had to go.MOST of us can livewith over night
charging? But it is NICE to able top plginig in st a store, parking lot when
you are about and out. I have asked sheeple and they usuall say;"Go
shead."Oh YTS'A an, ELECTRICK a Car?" Soo ya do show and tell. "IT Doesn'T
has No engine. a a hybrid, etc"

Anyhow MY take on all this; Sorry for the broken endrish, etc.Iths is
driving ME nuts ME knutg, too!!!


Sea Ya Bob
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Miles" <[email protected]>
To: "Electric Vehicle Discussion List" <[email protected]>
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2010 11:48 AM
Subject: Re: [EVDL] Opportunity Chargering database


> Hi Doug,
> Wow makes "The LEast Coast" appear a lot more friendly as all but two
> in San.Fran. area are in the North East Region at this time.
> Isn't there another list with many more listings that was mentioned on
> this list months ago? Perhaps the two lists could share data?
> Regards,
> Dennis Lee Miles (Director) E.V.T.I. inc.
> www.E-V-T-I-Inc.COM (Adviser) EVTI-EVA Education Chapter
> Phone (863) 944 - 9913
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 7:03 PM, Douglas A. Stansfield <
> [email protected]> wrote:
>
>> Hello everyone,
>>
>> A friend of mine and someone that is a member of the NJ Electric Auto
>> Association started this website for opportunity charging. Thus, if you
>> are
>> planning a trip with your EV and wanted to actually be able to charge
>> away
>> from home, you could theoretically do it today! This works because
>> people
>> located charging locations and put them up on the database. For example,
>> my
>> location is on the side of my garage. Thus, even if I am not home, the
>> plug
>> is still available and ready for use by some fellow EVer in need of a
>> charge.
>>
>>
>>
>> Thus if you would like to be listed in order to help out a fellow EVer in
>> need, please add a location. This database along with GPS and you have
>> the
>> potential to help lots of people.
>>
>>
>>
>> http://ev-charging.info/
>>
>>
>>
>> Sincerely;
>>
>>
>>
>> Douglas A. Stansfield
>>
>> President
>>
>> www.TransAtlanticElectricConversions.com
>>
>> 973-875-6276 (office)
>>
>> 973-670-9208 (cell)
>>
>> 973-440-1619 (fax)
>>
>>
>>
>> ELECTRIC CAR PRODUCERS
>>
>>
>>
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Dennis,

I think you're trying to type EAAEV.org,

And the list you might be talking about is EVchargernews.com. The only =

connection between the website and the EAAEV is that Tom Dowling, the owner =

of the website is also the Charging Infrastructure Board Appontee of the =

EAAEV.

Rush Dougherty
www.TEVA2.com
Tucson AZ
----- Original Message ----- =

From: "Dennis Miles" <[email protected]>
To: "Electric Vehicle Discussion List" <[email protected]>
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2010 9:07 AM
Subject: Re: [EVDL] Opportunity Chargering database


Hi, Again, That is the EAA.com website and under EV information is a
charging outet listing with maps etc. but 120 V. courtesy is not listed
because of so many 240 V. outlets, and small paddle connections also,
perhaps a Link both ways would help us all, And I'm sure there are other
databases out there doing the same thing so if someone knows whoever they
are please help these wonderful people with contact information to link all
of them up for the betterment of us all !!!
Regards,
Dennis Lee Miles (Director) E.V.T.I. inc.
www.E-V-T-I-Inc.COM <http://www.e-v-t-i-inc.com/> (Adviser) EVTI-EVA
Education Chapter
Phone (863) 944 - 9913
---------------------------------------------------------------------------=
----------------------------------------
Dennis Miles <[email protected]> wrote:

> Hi Doug,
> Wow makes "The LEast Coast" appear a lot more friendly as all but two
> in San.Fran. area are in the North East Region at this time.
> Isn't there another list with many more listings that was mentioned =

> on
> this list months ago? Perhaps the two lists could share data?
>
Regards,
Dennis Lee Miles (Director) E.V.T.I. inc.
www.E-V-T-I-Inc.COM (Adviser) EVTI-EVA Education Chapter
Phone (863) 944 - 9913 <[email protected]>

> Regards,
> Dennis Lee Miles (Director) E.V.T.I. inc.
> www.E-V-T-I-Inc.COM (Adviser) EVTI-EVA Education Chapter
> Phone (863) 944 - 9913 <[email protected]>
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------=
--------------------------------------------
>
> On Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 7:03 PM, Douglas A. Stansfield
> <[email protected]>wrote:
>
>> Hello everyone,
>>
>> A friend of mine and someone that is a member of the NJ Electric Auto
>> Association started this website for opportunity charging. Thus, if you
>> are
>> planning a trip with your EV and wanted to actually be able to charge =

>> away
>> from home, you could theoretically do it today! This works because =

>> people
>> located charging locations and put them up on the database. For example,
>> my
>> location is on the side of my garage. Thus, even if I am not home, the
>> plug
>> is still available and ready for use by some fellow EVer in need of a
>> charge.
>>
>>
>>
>> Thus if you would like to be listed in order to help out a fellow EVer in
>> need, please add a location. This database along with GPS and you have
>> the
>> potential to help lots of people.
>>
>>
>>
>> http://ev-charging.info/
>>
>>
>>
>> Sincerely;
>>
>>
>>
>> Douglas A. Stansfield
>>
>> President
>>
>> www.TransAtlanticElectricConversions.com
>>
>> 973-875-6276 (office)
>>
>> 973-670-9208 (cell)
>>
>> 973-440-1619 (fax)
>>
>>
>>
>> ELECTRIC CAR PRODUCERS
>>
>>
>>
>


--
It=92s estimated that the existing U.S. electrical grid has sufficient
capacity to fully fuel three-quarters of the nation=92s 217 million passeng=
er
vehicles.
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