I had a discussion today about provision of EVSE for charging of cars at commuter car parks at stations or T-Way stops. Given that a commuter that is taking the train or express bus to work is typically parked for 8-10 hours charging facilities could be fairly low key if you are only looking to make up the trip from home to the car park (which in most cases is probably 10-20kms tops). At that level even provision of 10A outlets would be sufficient. What are your thoughts on most appropriate type of EVSE for a commuter car park? Is it only really relevant to PHEVs and low range EVs? Should people be charged to charge? Would availability of charging bays encourage you to use public transport rather than driving the whole way (assuming you have a longer distance commute).