Bill Shock Still Keeping Electric Cars Out of Strata (Australia)

In my book Growing Up: How Strata Title Bodies Might Learn to Behave one of the issues I look at is sustainability in strata. More often than not you’ll find that no matter how good an owner’s intentions are, it will always come down to the money.  As you see more Teslas and hybrid cars around the cities you’d be right to wonder ‘where are they going to charge that thing?’ While it’s early days yet I hear more and more about arguments in strata over whether people should be allowed to charge their cars using common electricity, and if so, how to charge them for it.   Read the article…………….


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