Just heard on the news. Federal funding helps. It is one way to make an EV more acceptable to those skeptical about EVs. Be interesting to see what happens when EVs become more popular and landlords need to install chargers (likely because renters will demand them). In houses, it is far simpler because the residents are usually a family, so the cost of the power used would be paid by them.
Tesla on I 90 MA has at least one rest/food/gas stop with about ten chargers.
How far to the next charger(s)?
No idea about chargers on I-90 across southern MN (runs E-W) just north of the Iowa border.
Anyone can buy and install an L2 charger (such as from ChargePoint) and provide free charging, free to certain people or charge any amount per hour (or per kwh in some locations). So an apartment complex could install chargers only available to residents that are free for an hour or two per day and cost $4/hr after that, for example. There are many ways that the apartment complex owners can get paid for the electricity and many ways they can provide a competitive amenity as market conditions evolve.
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