It is possible to get a UL rated EVSE around $200, but it won't be more than 16 amp/3.3 kW, so really not practicable for an E-Niro. But since the PHEV only has a 3.3 kW charger, that's all you need. When my daughter bought her Pacifica, which has a 6.6 kW charger, her husband bought a 40 amp JuiceBox. Even though they really only needed a 32 amp box, I suggested they might want the extra power if they decide to trade their Ioniq HEV for a BEV. It wasn't that much higher price, and he's better prepared for a BEV. Of course, after seeing my Niro, he may want an E-Niro instead.