The George Bush Library and Museum in College Station has a Clipper Creek EVSE in the parking lot, many rows away from the building. There is no sign but it's easy to spot and not likely to be ICEd as it's the opposite of a prime parking space. It's only 30A rather than one of the high-amp Clipper Creek models, but I was happy to use it when visiting the museum last month as charging options in College Station are so limited. Today we visited the George W. Bush Library and Museum in Dallas. I knew from Plugshare there was no destination charging there, but I was surprised to find 10 prime parking spaces were marked with "Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Reserved Parking" signs. What's the point of reserving EV parking if there is no charging available? Any why hybrids? It may make someone think they're being environmentally friendly or whatever but it accomplishes nothing if there is no place to plug in. It even may backfire as ICE drivers get annoyed when it appears EV drivers are getting preferential parking. Actually 8 of the 10 spaces were occupied by regular ICEs, only 2 had hybrids and no EVs. But who cares as there weren't charging stations there anyway? Upon returning to Austin this evening I emailed the center saying that EV charging stations are needed to support their mission of sustainability, rather than preferential parking for EVs. We'll see what kind of response I get. It's ironic that Bush 41 was the oilman and his library has EV charging, but the Bush 43 library doesn't.