In Hong Kong, most people live in apartment blocks with car parks on the first few floors (or sometimes underground). Sometimes the car park spaces are owned by the owners themselves, and sometimes rented out. They are always in common areas. I am fortunate, as I live in a house with my own garage, and can do whatever I like (150Amp 240V 3 phase). But, those in apartment blocks need to get Owners Committee, Building Management and power company approval for installation of charging facilities. There has been a lot of government and power company emphasis here on public charge points (shopping centres, etc), but I really fail to see the point. Hong Kong is a small city and people rarely drive more than 80Km (50miles) a day. My own commute from owe side of Hong Kong to the other is about 40Km round-trip. I think the government is just going after the 'easy target' and not addressing the real problem. As Tesla (and EVs in general) are fairly new to Hong Kong, I'm interested in hearing about peoples experience with charging arrangements in other countries. I was asked by Tesla to think of something 'big' for them to go after in Hong Kong, and I'm thinking this may be it. If I buy an apartment here, legislation exists to force building management to allow me to connect telephone, power, and other utilities (legally I believe this is known as an "easement" Easement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia). What about legislation to enforce the right to electrical power for car parks?