Note that the EVSE that comes with the Bolt can be used on a 220 volt outlet if equipped with an aftermarket socket adapter.
That will provide a much faster charge rate than the 110 volt outlet without the expense of installing a separate EVSE.
You can make an adapter yourself, or buy one online.
Here’s one offer on Etsy:
I have a hard-wired Clipper Creek HCS-40 EVSE, so I’ve never used the standard cord that comes with the Bolt, but there have been many posts on this forum on using the standard cord on 220 with an adapter as a more cost effective option.
Maximum amp draw with the standard cord is 12 amps, so you won’t get the charge speed of a 32 amp EVSE.
I believe the charge speed using this setup is about 3 kilowatts per hour, about 3x what the 110v line will deliver.