Several of my friends have Chevy Volts, and apparently it is common knowledge that the charger supplied with the Mk2 Volt, which has a normal 110v plug at the end, can be plugged in to a 240v outlet and thus provide faster charging than when connected to 110v. The following link describes the Mk2 Volt car charger's ability to use 240v: http://gm-volt.com/forum/showthread.php?218442-2016-Volt-120v-EVSE-is-L1-L2-Conversion-Capable This reduces the time to charge a Chevy Volt from approx 12 hrs (@110v) to approx 5 hrs (@240v). I'm curious whether the Honda Clarity charger supplied with our cars works similarly, but I'm not brave enough to do an experiment myself. I've uploaded two photos of the Clarity level 1 charger. Any takers? Or any non destructive information or analysis.