WetEV wrote: ↑Mon Sep 05, 2022 4:18 pmHere, let me try again. You ignored my point.GRA wrote: ↑Sat Sep 03, 2022 12:00 pmWhile I'd love ...WetEV wrote: ↑Sat Sep 03, 2022 11:19 am
As BEV range increases, DCFCs become less and less important, and L2 at lodging becomes more and more important.
Think about it rather than replying.
Cost per mile for L2 should be less as the peak power demand is less. Demand charges for 10kW vs demand charges for 350kW. Night rates rather than peak rates. Not only more convenient, but cheaper. What more do you want?
You ignored all of mine, which is that we're a long way away from mass-market BEVs that will provide ranges comparable to ICEs, or having charging infrastructure that is as dense and reliable as gas stations, or that a lot of people traveling to and staying in national parks don't stay in concessioner lodgings, and the people who don't are often those with the strongest motivation to use ZEVs.
We need as much outside the park FCs and (where possible/allowed) inside the park L1/2 as we can build, ASAP, but FCs are usable by and valuable to _all_ BEV park visitors, and L1/2 only at lodgings isn't.
Back on topic, via IEVS:
https://insideevs.com/news/609179/elect ... yper-fast/Electrify America Introduces Balanced Charging; New Naming Scheme
Welcome to a new world of power sharing and "Hyper" fast EV charging.