Show me an after-market company making tesla-connector equipped DC fast chargers that do not use the ChaDeMo adapter, and your argument is valid.So... Using the numbers in the graph - You would like to limit your potential customers to 43,869 instead of 192,250?
I have never seen one, and I've been looking. Perhaps not hard enough. I don't know if Tesla even lets you use their connector, do they? Did they open source that?
If Tesla won't let you install a Tesla connector on your DC fast charger, how COULD you build a DC fast charging network to support that? I suppose could you bill by kWh while using a tesla-branded L2 wall connector, but we're discussing options for DC fast charging outside of superchargers, not L2.
Again, I stand by my statement that unless Tesla opens up the use of their connector to 3rd parties, the CCS Combo 1 plug will become the standard in a very short time while companies look to make money on EV fast charging.