A recent thread wherein the poster mentions that he's driven 7K miles all via free electricity he's received from his employer's charging stations got me to wondering: What value do/would you place on employer-provided chargers as an employment benefit? I think it's a great perk. While charging at home is relatively inexpensive and convenient for my particular circumstance.. I think it's one of the many small things (free coffee, flexible schedule, etc...) that demonstrates an employer interested in providing a good atmosphere and interested in employee satisfaction. It wouldn't tip the scales for me over a significant difference in monetary compensation (my home charging costs are ~$50-60/month), it would definitely be a factor for me. Thoughts?