Several California stores began carrying the technology during January 2012, but the rest of you will have to be content with ordering online.
The EVlink charger has a 30-amp Level 2 charging rate, which means that it can charge an electric vehicle four times faster than if it were plugged into a standard 110-volt home outlet. The charger, which lists for $799 on the Home Depot Web site, also comes with a feature that lets the home owner delay charging for up to eight hours. (So, you could schedule it for overnight or during off-peak utility rate periods.)
Don't try to install this thing yourself, though. Schneider Electric recommends using a licensed electrical contractor.