That was exactly the idea when CCGI bought Ecotality/Blink. Until someone demonstrates a profitable business model that doesn't rely on subsidies, there are no dominating networks, just varying levels of weak ones. Chargepoint is probably the strongest, but their business model differs somewhat from the rest.hmmwv wrote:I hope in the coming years some of the weaker charger networks will be acquired and we are down to a couple of dominating networks across the country.
EVforRobert wrote:Just got an email from carcharging that they and green 350 are out of NCTC but blink is unaffected.
GetOffYourGas wrote:Car Charging Group operates most of the public EVSEs around here. I get the impression, though, that few people use them. At $0.49/kWh, I can't blame them. I occasionally drop them a few bucks just because I don't want to see public charging die on the vine. But it's probably all in vain.