The opening of the network in the places which are likely to happen this year is definitely driven by government money, mainly in Norway but also in Germany (both places where Tesla has already been forced to switch to the universal plug for yours, so the fix should be predominantly software). I doubt an adaptor alone (particularly an "extremely expensive one" would be enough to get money for new stations in places where they don't use CCS or the local universal plugs--at the very least, I don't think it should.I can't remember the place(s) but I thought I read about certain locations that denied Tesla charging stations because it wasn't universal. Maybe they will sell an extremely expensive adapter to help fund more chargers (and their bottom line) and then reapply at those locales or look to new ones and have the ability to say 'fast charging for any electric vehicle'? Maybe there is more government money coming for universal EV chargers as well? As competitive as Elon is, I can't for the life of me believe it is to help out other manufacturers, there has to be a good reason.