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.
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.
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.