I am trying to figure out the best way to mount a charging outlet outdoors. This might be a 240V outlet or a Tesla HPWC, not yet decided. Either way, I need to mount it on a pole or similar structure as there is no building close enough. And I need to mount it high enough to be above accumulated snow. So I am thinking about using a 4"x4" pressure treated post set into the ground next to the parking space. So I am looking for ideas and examples of any other similar installations -- outdoors, away from a building, in the snow belt. I'd probably want to have a locking cover if I use a 240 V outlet. And some people have suggested that I need to put the outlet/HPWC under a protective cover -- some sort of roof or maybe in a box. So I might need to mount a plywood panel or something like that on the pole, to provide enough space for the cover or box. I've seen some photos of mounting arrangements on building walls, and one in a bollard on the ground. But none yet on a free-standing post. Commercial chargers can be purchased with a metal stand but they appear to be very costly and might be overkill. Thoughts? Photos? Thanks!