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I’m taking for granted that you did take a few slow days last week to enjoy the summer heat. It’s a fact, Mama Earth is heating up and we all need to adjust to the reality. Fortunately, EVs help rebuild the ozone layer so global warming should cease if we modify our ways now. I discovered that charging a Tesla is very, very easy. At Supercharger stations, and yes there’s an app with station locations, it takes about 30 quiet minutes to charge up about 150 miles for about $10. To charge from home, I hired an electrician, my dear brother, to install an outdoor NEMA 14/50 plug. I bought the “Gen 2 NEMA 14/50 Adapter” from Tesla for $45, and Tesla provides an 18 foot long charging cable. With those three items, charging at home is a breeze. It’s slower than charging at Supercharger stations, so 150 miles of battery charge at home takes about 3.5 hours. I charge at night when electricity rates are cheapest and I’m sleeping and recharging my body’s battery! Tesla’s mission statement is: “the goal is to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy.” See AGREEN1 June 28July 5 and July 12 issues for more on my EV/Tesla journey… All for one and one for all #agreen1 #gogreen #embracingchange #embracingtechnology 

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