The Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company (MMWEC) is offering free wifi-enabled Chargepoint Home Level 2 chargers to customers with EVs, provided they are programmed to only offer Level 1 charging rates during the peak hours of 5-9pm on weekdays, and with the ability for the utility to shift down to Level 1 during a peak power emergency. EV Charger Incentive – MuniHELPS ("Participating MLPs includes those in Groton, Ipswich, Marblehead, Sterling, Shrewsbury, South Hadley, Wakefield and West Boylston. Charger incentives vary by MLP.") The charger is a $650 value according to the MMWEC, though actually sells for $674 on Amazon with the longer 25ft cable (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07228K6PX/ref=as_li_tl). My brother lives in Marblehead and is just getting a Model 3, so was considering doing this. Does anyone on here a) have and use this charger with a Tesla or other EV? and b) participate in this program? He's debating getting this vs. a NEMA 14-50 vs. an HPWC. Thoughts? Thanks in advance.