I think this is the larger issue. Right now there isn't enough demand for charging infrastructure and there isn't a viable business model for charging infrastructure. A CHAdeMO charger costs >$10k -- yet people gripe about paying $35 for a charge. How is this supposed to work? Let's say on average people charge 50kWh (and stay over an hour to do so). If you are extremely lucky you can get an average of what - eight charging sessions a day (that seems outrageously optimistic). The cost of electricity will be about $5 - let's say you charge $20 per session (let the howling begin) that means per day you can MAYBE create $120 in revenue... now you need to figure in the cost to maintain this, billing overhead, the opportunity cost for the parking spot, etc, etc. I see no way in which this is a viable business. And please don't start these "ob, but EV lovers will come and frequent your business" arguments. Those have been pretty thoroughly debunked. People who come to your business might use the charger, but unless you are a fast food operation / coffee shop, it doesn't work the other way around. So we may all continue to be upset about the lack of fast charging availability, but until we are willing to pay some serious $$ for it, it won't happen.