Personally, I'd like to see relatively high (by time, kWh, or preferable both) charges at every public DC, to reduce the freeloader factor, in order to increase reliability.PaulScott wrote:... We like the ability to set the price, and we were assured we could charge per kWh which I like a lot. We can also use it to incentivize customers by letting our customers use it for free, but a nominal charge for those who bought or leased from competing dealers.
Paul, what are Nissan Dealers doing or planning to do about DC capable EVs/PHEVs from manufacturers, other than Nissan?
Particularly, when/if Tesla gets their CHAdeMO adapter on the market?
There is a single DC (at Chico Nissan) along my ~200 mile route South to "northern" CA.
I'd hate get there, only to find a Tesla S plugged in there (or at any other DC site I needed to use) taking a multi-hour charge session.