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Step 1. Get a quote from us

Step 2. Accept your quote and schedule the work to be done. 

Step 3. Once work is complete, schedule any inspections that may be necessary.

Step 4. After inspection carefully read Austin Energy's online application

Step 5. Submit copies of the contractor's final receipts or invoices to Austin Energy.

Step 6. Austin Energy will issue a rebate check within 2 to 4 weeks of submission of final paperwork.


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Charging With a Tesla Wall Connector

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We recommend installing a hardwired charing station. Tesla Wall Connectors are made specifically for Tesla vehicles. They are a level 2 charging station which means that they're connected to 240-volt power and can be connected to a circuit up to 60 amps. The Telsa Wall Connector is a good option for Model 3 long-range, Model S, Model X, and Model Y drivers that drive many miles often. 



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The Tesla Wall Connector will allow faster charging rates on a 60 amp circuit than using the mobile connector cord with a NEMA 14-50 or a NEMA 6-50 outlet. However, due to electrical code changes the outlet must be GFCI protected. This creates redundant GFCI protection as the car has GFCI protection built-in as well. When the car runs it's self-test cycle of the GFCI in the car, it has a tendency to trip the GFCI breaker and you can't resume charging until you reset the breaker. Due to this, we have been recommending a hardwired charging station instead of a receptacle.

The Model S charges at 34 miles per hour. 

The Model 3 Long Range charges at 44 miles per hour. 

The Model X charges at 30 miles per hour. 

The Model Y charges at 42 miles per hour. 

Tesla Wall Connector

Things you need to know about charging with an outlet

Car Charger Rebate Program through Austin Energy

All 240-volt receptacles (6-50, 14-50, 10-30, 14-30, 6-20) have to be GFCI protected now per the 2020 code.  
This creates redundant GFCI protection as the car has GFCI protection built-in as well.
When the car runs it's self-test cycle of the GFCI in the car, it has a tendency to trip the GFCI breaker and you can't resume charging until you reset the breaker.
Due to this, we have been recommending a hardwired charging station instead of a receptacle.
Since there is no receptacle to plug something else in, a hardwired charging station doesn't need a GFCI breaker to be installed if it has integrated GFCI protection, which most do.

We install many charging stations every week including Tesla's wall connector, the ClipperCreek charging stations, and a variety of 240 volt receptacles.  All systems require their own dedicated circuit and run on 240 volts.  Amperages can vary.  The Tesla wall connector has options that allow it to run on up to a 60 amp circuit.  To install a charging station, we’ll need to know what type of power you need and the distance from the breaker box to the location you want the charging station.  Some models require a receptacle to plug the station into, while others are hardwired into the home's electrical system. 

Tesla Wall Connector: How fast can I charge?

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Useful Information:

  • Find out how to get Austin Energy's Rebate Home Charging Station Rebate Click Here and learn about how you can get up to $1,200 back. 
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