At the moment, most if not all charging is free in Hong Kong, apart from the cost of the parking itself. Should shopping malls, parking lot owners and so on consider to install fast chargers like ChaDeMo? At some stage they would want to recoup the price of both installation, as well as the cost of the electricity. Let's have a poll about it. What would you be willing to pay for a fast full charge of your Tesla Model S? This question is assuming 85kWh battery, or 60 kWh with supercharging enabled - in other words, your alternative is to use a Tesla Supercharger (but you want to charge at a location you are going to anyway) Please consider that the price of electricity for a full charge could be as much as 100 HKD. Add to that the special priority of a blocked parking spot for charging, and the cost of installation of ChaDeMo or similar. If you had a petrol car, you would likely pay in the order of 750 HKD for a tank of fuel to cover the same distance. Shopping malls aren't likely to sponsor EVs entirely for free and green-washing their image - eventually they would want their costs covered. If we want to be able to charge at a reasonable rate in many locations, there should really be an incentive for the parking lot owners to invest in ChaDeMo etc. And yes, ChaDeMo is coming, it's a matter of "Coming soon" in Tesla Motors jargon. Why not only superchargers? ChaDeMo is a good alternative and will support other brands also, in reality charging time won't differ much between ChaDeMo and superchargers. Looking from a commercial standpoint, owners aren't likely to support one brand of EVs only, although Tesla Model S is already - or soon at least - the most common EV in Hong Kong.