I would like to trust the decision maker, but as I watch the decisions being made I have totally lost faith. Why? Every time I go to my local Whole Foods that offers free charging, right up front. There are electric (or PHEV) cars parked there. I constantly see the two spots filled with Tesla cars. More recently, I see BMWs and other PHEV cars. Sometimes there are Leafs too! Sure, Whole Foods is providing a great service. They are enabling electric cars. Especially the short distance ones that may need a charge to make it through the day. The problem? None of them (except the Leafs) are ever plugged in. So, sure, "do the right thing and trust the decision maker" are nice in theory. I think SpC should be charged at a rate in line with home charging. That turns it back into a rational decision for the users and improves availability for those in need without alternatives.