I think you can go at it from multiple angles. For example, contact the local planning/zoning department, and requesting that they make it a code requirement for businesses over a certain size to supply QC (like, over 20,000 sq. ft.), or even require their own gov't buildings to supply QC. There are some EVSE businesses who will install QC for free, as long as they get a hefty % of the profits. I've tried to promote such businesses by supplying the names to our Economic Development dept. folks, who included it in their newsletter that goes out to the local chamber of commerce and small businesses. I can't recall the name of the company off the top of my head. In the newsletter they pointed out the benefits to the business of the captured audience, along with the benefits of charging a fee to plug-in. I've also contacted local transportation agencies, parking districts who run local garages, and local universities. All of those would benefit from installing QC, or even level 2 charging, and some of them already have charging stations installed, but for their own vehicles. Once the thought is implanted, they start to think outside the box, and will hopefully look at the big picture, seeing the benefits of installing either QC or even level 2.
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