Winter is approaching and with it come the possibility of ice storms and downed power lines. A major storm can knock out power for hundreds of thousands of people in an area, perhaps for days. Likewise, many EV owners in California affected by the rolling blackouts have had to scramble to find places to plug in. While Tesla has an extensive SuperCharger network, I suspect those can become overwhelmed in a widespread outage. This will be my first winter with an EV. With these potential power outages in mind, I was wondering if there is any kind of informal sharing where someone with an L2 charging system at home (and power, obviously) makes that connection available to those without power. My HPWC can typically top up my Model 3 after my daily commute in about an hour, meaning that it is idle about 95% of each weekday, and often unused completely on weekends. If there is a widespread outage near my home, I will happily make my HPWC available to others. Have any long-term EV owners experienced a widescale regional blackout? What did you do?