Our church is considering installing a couple of Level 2 (240V) J-1772 EVSEs and making them available to the public. Due to the potential for abuse of "free" charging, however, the consensus unfortunately seems to be that we need to accept payment for charging. The challenge here is that network-connected EVSEs tend to be far more expensive to install than typical "dumb" EVSEs. At the same time, we don't want anyone to have to manually "babysit" the EVSEs and respond to every request to plug in. ChargePoint has the largest network and a turnkey solution, but just a single networked EVSE appears to be about $4000 plus installation, a dual headed unit is at least $6000, and I believe that ChargePoint may take a substantial cut of the user fees. ClipperCreek sells a single EVSE for $2650 with the Liberty plugin, basically a keypad that can activate the EVSE in coordination with the MobileNow! app or Parkmobile app. They don't sell a dual headed version. Two units would be a little cheaper than ChargePoint, and the network fees might be lower, but this wouldn't be quite as user friendly. I have an inquiry in to Greenlots and am waiting to hear what their pricing is like. The upcoming eMotorWerks JuiceStation (JuiceStation: Open Payment EV Charging Station) looks interesting and I'm waiting on a pricing inquiry. Does anyone have any other suggestions? Given that non-networked EVSEs (like the Tesla "Wall Connector") are only about $500 each, it just seems that EVSEs with payment solutions are way more expensive than they need to be. Thank you!