I'm hoping that someone here can figure out this mystery, as I'm baffled. I just saw some Electrify America (the VW diesel-gate funded charging stations) pop up on Plugshare. I'm happy to see another 'serious' fast charging network - the more the merrier in helping get EVs adopted, I figure, even if the supercharger network is likely all I'll ever need. CCS/Chademo chargers I've seen tend to be single stations, which isn't very useful for reliable charging. They can be easily blocked, out of service, or busy charging someone else! So I took a look on plugshare at a new site in Mount Vernon, MO, and was happy to see the description of "4 stations, 7 CCS plugs + 1 Chademo". That sounds smart, I thought - two cables per pedestal serves 2 cars, sort of like supercharger pairing. Then I looked at the pictures, and was left scratching my head (photos from plugshare): There are only 4 parking spaces! What's the point of having 2 CCS cables per space? I can sort of see for the CCS/Chademo, which is one or the other, but why would you put in 2 cables when you can clearly only service one car? Thoughts I came up with: The cable's kind of short, so maybe they have 2 so they can cover both left and right-hand charge ports. But wouldn't have been cheaper just to make a slightly longer cable? Maybe they intended them all to be CCS/Chademo, and changed the design at the last minute? But that's kind of dumb. Maybe the install contractor just screwed up? But I looked at some other sites and they look the same. I'm not even talking about that 4th curb stop which is completely unaligned with the station. Any thoughts? I'm at a loss.