Per @Harper-ReinstateMonica, asking a new question as a follow up to the previous question found here (What TYPE of wire should I install to future proof this install?).
Need help doing an electrical load calculation.
First, high res pictures of my panels:
Main panel inside:
Main panel updated 2x label(s): Sub panel:
Sub panel label on inside of door: Sub panel inside: and .
The wire from the main panel to the sub says: "Alcan S Stabiloy AA-8000 Series U Type XHHW CORS 600 Volts 2 CORS 2 AL 1 COR 4 AL (UL)".
Pool sub panel:
100A (bottom right - breaker #38-40) - feeder wire to sub-panel.
50A - 1st Floor A/C (bottom left - breaker #77-39).
40A - 2nd Floor A/C (breaker 30-32).
40A - Oven (breaker 26-28).
20A and another 20A (not dual pole breakers) - Cooktop (breakers #34 and 36).
20A - 1st Floor Heater (breaker #29).
20A - 2nd Floor Heater (breaker #22).
30A - Swimming pool (breaker #17-19).
20A - Office (breaker #21 - skinny dual pole 20A).
20A - Kitchen Countertop Outlets (dual-breaker #33, both breakers control different walls of outlets in the kitchen).
20A - MasterBathroom heated floor and one GFCI outlet, but not two other walls of outlets (breaker #24).
20A - (Breaker #35) - top is outside lights (4 front door walkway posts, 4 driveway posts, two spot lights on the ground); bottom is lights only, not outlets, for one side, roughly half or smaller, basement. Very likely it also covers an outside outlet right by front door and those front door walkway lights).
So above are all or almost all breakers 20A and above. Unfortunately not everything is labeled. House was built in 1987, we're second owners for 3 years now. Other things labeled on the main panel are:
15A - Kitchen (breaker #9).
15A - Master Bedroom lights (breaker #11).
15A - Garage (breaker #13) there are overhead lights - two florescent long tube fixtures, two garage door openers with their own two bulbs each, a regular outlet and another quad outlet; there's also a second fridge in the garage.
15A - "2nd Fl Bed Room" (breaker #6)
The rest is unlabeled unfortunately, but with the updates below, also reflected above, I think I covered all but possibly one 20A breakers. Everything else is 15A and is either described above or unlabeled. I count 20 separate 15A breakers, in total.
Breaker #33 is kitchen countertop outlets, #35 surprisingly killed some of the lights, but not outlets in the basement, surprising because I thought the sub-panel solely controlled the basement.
@ ThreePhaseEel: I believe the basement is 1,664 sq ft, and I thought the sub-panel exclusively powered the basement, but see right above as breaker #35 killed lights, but not outlets, on one side of the basement.
Breaker #33 - top and bottom - both cover kitchen outlets; top is one wall including the fridge; bottom is two other opposite walls.
Breaker #24 - one GFCI outlet in Master Bathroom and also appears to cover the heated floor in Master Bathroom. There are two other outlets in Master Bathroom, each on a different wall, and those are not powered by #24.
Breaker #35 - top is outside lights (4 front door walkway posts, 4 driveway posts, two spot lights on the ground); bottom is lights only, not outlets, for one side, roughly half or smaller, basement.
Breaker #21 - top is 5 kitchen recessed lights (interestingly this is just one of three separate sets/switches of lights in the kitchen), also these florescent under cabinet lights in the kitchen, and another solo recessed light in the kitchen on its own switch; bottom is Office outlets.
Breaker #31 - seems like it's one outlet in the utility closet right next to the main panel, it used to have the security system plugged into it, and maybe cable modem; maybe it goes somewhere else, but can't find what.
Breaker #16 - this is the one with a weird red sticker, well I now think it says "pool outlet", which would explain why it would trip when I tried plugging a water removal pump into that outlet.
So the pool actually has another sub-panel, I'm adding a pic of it, but again it's all on the #17-19 30A breaker anyway, and the only things on there is the variable speed/efficient pool pump, a blower for the tub, and gas water heater - the pool pump is the only that the really gets used. I run an electric pool cleaner/robot off that outlet. I think back in the day there was a higher power vacuum being used here, and right 15A breaker is in the pool sub panel, but like I said, the one I use now I think is a lot lower power.
@ThreePhaseEel - regarding the two cooktop circuits, just tested and one controls the gas cooktop which has a kitchen exhaust-type fan built in; and the other controls the outlet (buried inside of the cabinet/space under the cooktop that has the microwave plugged into to it). Cooktop
Connections for both (microwave plugged into the white face outlet, cooktop into the metal one):
Added additional pictures.
SUB-PANEL: As noted, the 100A goes to a sub-panel, which is right next to the main panel. The feeder wire between the two panels says: "Alcan S Stabiloy AA-8000 Series U Type XHHW CORS 600 Volts 2 CORS 2 AL 1 COR 4 AL (UL)". The sub panel has 100A main, and contains 8 separate 15A breakers (4 and 4 on each side, see pictures). One of the 15A is labeled as Low Voltage Lts - I believe this is for on the ground lights outside in the front of the house, some of these have been removed, there are currently like 2 working lights not the ground under one tree, and then four light poles around the driveway, and four walk-way lights along the path to the front door (not sure if you need to know all that). The other 7x15A breakers are unlabeled but from testing appear to all be for lights and outlets in the basement, which is finished but almost entirely unused.
HOUSE: 3,700 sq ft, not including the finished but largely unused basement, which itself is 1,664 sq ft per plans. 2 A/C units and 2 Furnaces (gas), as well as 2 Water Heaters (gas). Pool heater is also gas and rarely used. Pool pump is a new efficient variable speed motor that typically is used on low power Stove is gas. Separate dual oven is electric. Washer is electric, Dryer is gas. If it helps, I've replaced almost all the lights around the house with LEDs.
As best as I can tell, heating/furnace and water heaters are gas, but here are pics of them just in case. https://www.dropbox.com/s/b1p8j201uyesbec/Furnace_WaterHeater1.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/53zdvy2kjhpwk8e/WaterHeater1.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/hhi3c97a9lf0ag8/Furnace1.jpg?dl=0
So the reason for the question, as from the prior question, is that it is being suggested that I run #2AL wire to the garage for an 80A EVSE circuit; do I have enough "capacity" (probably wrong term) in the house for that? Thanks in advance!!!