There has been a lot of discussion of hotels, restaurants, etc, installing Tesla HPWC's or High Amp J1772, aka High Amp Level 2 (HAL2), EVSE's. The advantage of the HPWC is that it is less expensive. The advantage of the HAL2 is that uses the J1772 standard, and all EVs that use that standard (including Teslas with an adapter) can use the HAL2. The disadvantage of the HPWC is that only Tesla Model S's (and in the future Model X's, Model 3's, etc) and use it. The disadvantage of the HAL2 is that it costs more money. Let's estimate that both cost $1,700 to install. Using the Destination Charging program, an HPWC is either free or costs $600, let's use an average of $300 for the HPWC. A Clipper Creek CS-100 costs $2,200. If you had to pay for, or had to run the fund raising effort for the equipment and installation, which would you choose: $3,900 for an Industry Standard, 80 Amp, J1772 HAL2. $2,000 for a Proprietary Tesla HPWC. --- Update --- Sorry for the poor choice of terms. I realized after I created this poll, that an HPWC is also a HAL2. The choices should have been High Amp J1772 (HAJ1772) or HPWC. Oh well, I hope you get the idea even if I expressed it poorly. Thanks for voting!