Was in the vicinity of Googleplex in Mountain View, CA for a couple of hours this afternoon and thought I'd do some opportunistic charging at one of the several Chargepoint stations in an open lot at Google HQ while I spent a couple of hours at an engagement nearby. I located the charging stations easily enough - they are listed on Recargo but, surprisingly not on Chargepoint itself. Much to my dismay, authorization failed with my Chargepoint RFID card. Presumably, these were for employees only and they use a different authorization setup, I suppose. This is unlike the much fewer ClipperCreek stations at my workplace (EA) that have no auth and are freely used by employees at all the businesses around. So, should companies be altruistic and let non-employees charge? Atleast during non-working hours such as on weekends (there was not a car in sight, EV or not, today at that office)?