In the absence of superchargers north of Boston, I have a partially functioning HPWC (needs a new cable) that I would be willing to donate to a Montpelier VT restaurant I have frequented several times, to get a reasonable charging stop in place off of I-89. There are two Chargepoint J1772s in Montpelier, but they are slow and a half mile or more apart - and getting increasing use, likely from local commuters. Having an HPWC in downtown Montpelier (180 miles from Boston) would enable worry-free travel to Stowe and the Burlington/Champlain region, and would be a useful alternative or supplement even after the West Lebanon supercharger is in place, as it is 55 miles north of West Lebanon and 40 miles from Burlington / 30 miles from Stowe. I'm going to give the restaurant owner a call, but before I do, a few questions for this group: 1) Would you use this HPWC (and eat at a good Italian restaurant) if it were available in Montpelier? How often? 2) Can anyone give me an estimate of the cost of electricity consumed in the course of a 1-2 hour dinner stop/walk around downtown? For a full 4-5 hour charge? Over the course of a month? 3) What's a good ballpark range for cost of installation outside, in central VT? Could they get a tax credit? 4) How would a restaurant owner maximize the benefit of having an HPWC? 5) Would any of you be interested in contributing to the cost of a) a replacement cable, or b) electrical work/installation? If anyone is aware of how others have succeeded in getting HPWCs and Sun Country Highway chargers installed and electricity paid for, please share. E.g. are there donation boxes, like at Mt. Washington Auto Road? Thanks in advance for your thoughts. -Peter - - - Updated - - - FYI within a 2-3 block radius are a Shaw's supermarket, Rite Aid and a hardware store, and a little further away are bookstore, cafes and a gelato place. Would be a useful stop on the way to a ski weekend.