GetOffYourGas wrote:Once you have an EV with a battery much larger than you need for every day use, you look at public L2 differently. Sure, I might be slightly more willing to shop at Price Chopper than Wegman's simply because the former has free L2 for customers as a loss leader. But even then, I get maybe $0.50 worth of electricity while shopping at a grocery store with poorer selection and terrible produce. Is it worth it? Not usually.
Yes, in the future, we will have "MR. FUSION" cars.. However, right now, all EVs are small(er) batteries, and can use a charge during all down-time. This shows the public that it is safe to adopt the EV as their transportation. Also, all cars could use a small charge, just like we have water fountains for a quick drink. If you are really thirsty, then the L2 charger is a godsend.