But not if it costs the Whole foods customer (or the business owner) $12 every 30 minutes. I think the typical WF customer doesn't mind paying twice as much for organic radishes, but won't be plugging into those DCFC stations in front of the store unless they are free. Most businesses won't invest in DCFC unless there is a business case to do so. It's why free L2 is such a win-win.SparkE wrote:
Comment 1: a 24 kW DCFC can be highly useful for many businesses in an urban setting TODAY, since a 80-mile EV car might be there for 25-50 minutes. So restaurants and grocery stores and department stores can get the "EV business" if they are one of the few that offer that in the area.