webeleafowners wrote:I just though maybe that something like current sharing similarly to a supercharger was possible
The way SuperChargers do this is both neat and annoying. It lets them put in 8 SC stalls, but they are in pairs. Only when 1 car is connected at the pair will it pull the full amount the SC is capable of outputting. Since SC isn't linear, the sharing between the pair tends to work out.
However, it sucks when you are alone at a SuperCharger, and the next person who arrives decides to plug in next to you. You come out 10 minutes later expecting to leave only to find you still need 10 more minutes of charging. The only good news is that the app will tell you this has happened -- if you are looking at it.
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