I hadn't seen this posted yet, and thought it would be a good thing to share. Chargepoint sent out an email about supporting AB 2565 in California. As a renter who had a landlord deny me installation of a charging station, or even outlet, for charging, I think this bill would be a good change! Here is a copy of the email: "Hello there, Did you know that currently in California, lease restrictions are blocking tenants – both individuals and businesses – from installing electric vehicle (EV) charging stations? You can help stop this from happening by signing a letter to support assembly bill (AB) 2565. AB 2565 by Assemblymember Muratsuchi would ensure that a lease cannot unfairly restrict a tenant – a business or apartment dweller – from installing an EV charging station so long as the tenant pays for the station, installation and upkeep. If a tenant, individual or business owner wants to pay to provide EV charging for their family, employees, customers or the public, it’s important they have that right. Sign your name to support individuals and businesses who want to provide EV charging to drivers like you. For more information, here’s the full text of AB 2565. Best Regards, Richard Lowenthal Co-founder and CTO ChargePoint"