I am part of a small company renting space in a fairly modern research/industrial park. I'd want to approach the property/building owners and persuade them to install one or more points where an EV can charge. I think this is a single shot opportunity and I'll be dealing with people who don't know anything about EVs. I am willing, if it tips the balance, to pay for installation of any equipment, up to and including something like a Chargepoint thing-on-a-stick. I don't really know how to present the case and would like any advice on how to package it. As far as I can tell the current parking conditions are: no covered parking at all lights on tall poles (spare power?) are generously distributed in the parking lot there are 3 ft high mini lights near some parking spots in one corner of the parking lot is a garbage compactor with a 208V warning on it, possibly useful cannot see any "accessible" 110v sockets anywhere Background: I'm commuting 125 miles round trip daily and using about 145 ideal miles to do it. That doesn't leave me much wiggle room in Standard Mode. My core assumption here is that charging every day in Range Mode would reduce battery life (essentially costing more than installing charger at work) and make my car hate me.