Management of charger installation
The agreement should identify who will be responsible for finding a certified and knowledgeable electrical contractor, and managing the installation. Your strata or building manager can help with this.
Payment for charger and installation costs
Payment would likely have been agreed upon prior to strata council’s approval, but it is best to formalize the terms of payment, especially if costs are shared between parties.
Management and payment for charger maintenance
Although the maintenance of a charger is likely to be minimal once it is installed, it is best to specify who will be responsible for the upkeep of the charger. If a networked charger for multiple users will be installed, confirm who will pay the monthly connection fees.
Learn more about networked chargers.
Pay for electricity costs and how
Work with homeowners to develop a system to recover electricity costs. Be specific. Include the amount, frequency and method for payment. There are several options for payment including monthly user fees and direct use payments.
Learn more about your electricity payment options.
Consider the Impact on building insurance
Notify your insurance company about any building modifications and charger installations, regardless of who owns the charger. They will advise on how your policy should be amended.
Step 4: Install the charger