I have an early non-D, non-Performance Model 3 reservation coming, and since I live in a big apartment complex, on the second floor, with my car parked right outside, charging it won't be the easiest thing in the world to do. Today I had the idea to go by the office and ask if they had any plans to install EV chargers for the residents, and naturally, they were completely clueless about it. I found this page on the Tesla website: Destination Charging I could print it off and give it to them to see if they'd get 2 HPWCs approved, but is there a better information packet or something else that I can print out that would make it easier for people totally clueless to EVs to understand? As I understand it, the HPWCs would be free, and would the apartment complex get some sort of tax credit to offset the cost of installation? It just so happens that the big power pole transformer and nearest buildings' power meter are all within 60-70 feet of where the chargers would be located, so that ought to minimize the cost.