Woman’s power shut down by condo after charging electric car (ON)

Kimberly Hsiung listened to the pleasant hum of the engine as she drove home in her new electric car.  She parked in her assigned space at her Nepean condo, then plugged the Chevrolet Volt into the post to charge overnight.  After following this routine for two weeks, her hydro abruptly went out.  Hsiung received an email from management shortly after.


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