So, Tesla has added to its 'findus' web-page a 40-slot Destination Charger near the Denver Airport: Fine Parking ( <- Plugshare). Tesla's site indicates it to be 'up to 16kW', but one Model S driver indicates it to be closer to 1kW, via Plugshare. The parking seems to be upscale parking called Fine Parking. Cost is about $19/daily. Here is Tesla's alleged power output The more I think about it, the more I like it (except for the sloppy data entry to the Tesla database). 1kW gets you about 4-5 mph on a Model S, which is plenty to accomplish three goals of people using the airport: 1. Charging for 24 hours will more than sufficiently fill you to make the long drive back home, in most cases; 2. The car can be pre-heated using the iPhone as people disembark the plane 3. No need to bring the UMC with you to the airport. I don't know what the habits are of ICE parkers in Denver, but I suppose risks of Internal Combustion conflicts at each space are going to be low, given that there are so many of them.