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When I got my Nissan Leaf (see my Review of the Nissan Leaf Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3), I knew that one thing that was going to be a bit of an issue was charging the Leaf at home. The best I had come up with was using the 'Emergency Charger', plugged into a normal 13A socket and run out of the door.
The unit really is in exchange for data provided, and unfortunately that means you need to have a good mobile signal at the location you plan to have the charging point installed. If there isn't a sufficiently strong signal, they won't install it, so best check first.