I have trip coming up and got to thinking what is the charging protocol when parked at an airport (being an owner for 1 month)? At Vancouver (YVR) long term parking there are 10 Charge Point stalls at the long term parking. I'm going to be away for 4 days. When I arrive at the airport I will be at approximately 40% charge. When I get back I'll need approximately 60% to get home. I'm assuming that the majority of people there pull in, plug in, and go away leaving their EV to sit at 100% for the duration of the trip. I see two issues with this, first, waist of a charging space that is only used for a small percent of the time occupied, however there's not much one can do about that unless there was a cost effective valet service. And two, the car sits at 100% charge for the duration of their trip, not a big issue for for my trip, 4 days in cool weather but not ideal.
In these setups does Charge Point allow you to set a timer, either on the EVSE or in the car? I'm making an assumption that if I set the timer on the car to be done around the time my plane lands that the EVSE will time out or something like that before it even starts.
Anyone have experience with this?
2016 Leaf SV