Who are UK EVSE?! Is it a government or regulatory body, or just self appointed. That reads like self-interested protectionism, although I'd be happy to be proved wrong?!
That would be so tempting - but I think it would simply start a silly "war"I was wondering if the EVDA would like to write a letter demanding a response within 14 days about the shoddy state of the UK charging infrastructure and reliability issues with member products.
Nope. It's a pathetic attempt at bullying. Exposing such behaviour to scrutiny - and ridicule - is precisely the correct reaction to it. The fact that it's a laughable failed attempt to bully just makes it more risible.I'm not sure this post is appropriate for a chat room. I have a feeling that these formal letter are issued a certain stage where a 'case' is being developed. We don't have knowledge, or sight, of what has been written, or said before - so its foolish to comment.
Kevin/ ZCW / Mainpine have to decide where they stand - its their judgement / their risk/ their profit or loss.
I think it best to stay stumph!
You're not supposed to add new circuits to the consumer unit but you can change fittings on an existing one (except kitchen & bathroom) & you're not supposed to work on outdoor electrics.How does this kind of EVSE DIY assembly compare to other home electric stuff. I believe you're not even supposed to change your own light fittings, switched or mains electrics at home now are you? Or is that just confined to bathrooms and kitchens - where water and electricity might meet?
I am not so sure...It is entirely appropriate to share this on this forum and talk about it. The letter in question is rank idiocy and we should call them out on this.