The Norwegian Electrical Vehicle Association has written a Guide for housing cooperatives (in Norwegian) that wish to set up a charging station.
For a fee, Teslas can be charged with Lyse's new chargers at Randaberg, Åsen and Luravika using the Type2 contact. However, the charging time for this is not quicker than home charging.
It is not possible to quick charge Tesla at Lyse's network of quick charging stations. Tesla has announced that a Chademo adapter is in the works that will enable this, but it is unclear when this will be available. For quick charging a Tesla refer to Tesla's own supercharger network.
You can check your options at Model S charging map.
Order a subscription for quick charging (in Norwegian). A subscription costs NOK 199 per month, and allows you to charge up to 15 times.
Occasional charging possible
You may of course use our charging stations even if you don't wish to subscribe. A single charge without a subscription costs NOK 99 per charge.
You must contact an electrician to help with this. Talk to your electric car supplier and see if they have someone they can recommend to you.
The vast majority of electric cars will have the option of home charging. New electric car models allow for quick charging by using a higher voltage. It is important to be aware that charging electric cars may in certain cases lead to unwanted consequences for the electrical network. You'll find tips and advice at www.elbil.no.
Electrical system in the home
It is important that the electrical network is in good condition, so that overheating, damage to property and harm to individuals are avoided. All the cables and components up to the charging socket must be designed to withstand the charging current. It's also important to clarify whether you have a 230V IT or 230V/400V TN system. Contact an authorised electrician to have your electrical system checked.
Cost of upgrading the electrical network
If upgrading triggers the need for measures to the power supply grid to get increased capacity, you have to pay these costs. The desire for higher overload protection in the electrical system could trigger an investment contribution. If there is a need for strengthening the power supply grid, please note that it can often take a long time to have this completed.
Yes. A single charge without a subscription costs NOK 99 per charge. It can be done via either SMS or app (in Norwegian).