Two questions in one post We have a Prius v and one option for emergency AC power is to buy a 1000w 12v DC to 120v AC inverter, hook it up to the 12v battery and use the car as a generator. 1000w was the capacity of the high to low voltage charging system on the Prius. Does anyone know the capacity of the hi to low voltage charging system in the 2022 Niro EV? I'd like to use our Niro EV to take a sizable trip that will end at a campground with TT-30 outlets (120v, 30 amp). Hypothetically this would mean a max charge of 24amps (80% of 30amps) however the J1772 spec seems to have an upper charge limit of 16 amps for level 1. Does anyone know if the 2022 Niro EV will charge at more that 16amps when level 1 charging? I'm looking at the OpenEVSE which can be set to 24amps on Level 1.