The New Motion is a Dutch organization which informs potential EV-drivers/owners and also guides them through the whole process of buying a EV and setting everything around it up. Now they've come up with Loloo, a community driven charging station network. You install a charging station at your house and set it open to the public. All the kWh's other people charge at your house, you can use those again when charging abroad. The charging stations detects the amount of power available in your house and gives all you have got spare to the charging EV. You can see this as slow Level 2 charging, since it will probably be limited to 1x16A (3.6kW) for 99% of the time. It is completely different from the public charging stations which have 3x16A, but this is not intended to replace those, it is intended to be additional to those. Very nice to see that so many different projects are being initiated. Which ones will survive? Only the future can tell I guess.