I'd like to gather any knowledge out there regarding Ontario ESA rules as they apply to home wall connectors. Before I spend a few hours "pulling teeth" with a government bureaucracy for a short list of technical answers, I figured I would see if anyone in our community would have some knowledge in this respect. My situation: I'm leaning towards a Tesla High Power Wall Connector (HPWC) for my future Model 3. I have a 200 amp service. The main circuit breaker (CB) panel is located in my garage, where the rear starboard (passenger side) quarter panel of the Model 3 will be parked when not in use: Based on what Tesla recommends regarding placement of the HPWC, location wise: .....my two locations are either right next to the CB or between garage door one and garage door two: I'm leaning towards the location between the garage doors, so I don't have to worry about dragging the HPWC cord through wintertime salt/muck that will be on the floor. The HPWC has certain fixed amperage options: My "gut feeling" is I'll want 40 amps at the connector, so my circuit will be wired and CB supplied for 50 amps. What I know from the Tesla HPWC installation manual: Locate 4 feet (1.2 m) above the floor and 8 inches (190 mm) from any obstructions; conduit openings are sized for 1 inch (25mm). What I would like to know: Is metal conduit required or will the grey PVC conduit (as I've used in other applications in the garage) suffice? Is a dedicated on-off switch, other than the actual CB in the main CB panel, required for this EV home connector? If so, what are the placement parameters? Constructive criticism most welcome. Thanks Cheers.