I suppose that this was inevitable. Tesla is building 400,000 cars a year in the US. With new production in China and the construction of Gigafactory 4 in Germany, most of that US production is going to stay in the US. The majority of EV's in the US are likely to be Tesla's. If you sell electricity to cars and light trucks, you'd like to capture as much business as possible so of course you install compatible equipment. I had hoped that Tesla would add a CCS port to their cars but it looks like the tail wags the dog here. We need more charging stations and if catering to Tesla is the price to get it, so be it.
2016 SV, New battery at 45K mi.
San Diego East County