Ernie has relatively low energy consumption needs. He is able to charge his car every third day when he does his normal driving. He typically charges to 90% and recharges when he gets around 20%. He has a 40 amp charging station at home and lives close to a supercharger that is located in a busy shopping center that has both restaurants and stores that Ernie uses frequently. Ernie has never seen the supercharger full, in fact, he has never seen more than one other car charging when he is there. He is always careful to move his car when charging completes and never uses a charger if there are already 2 or more of the 8 stalls occupied. Which of the following scenarios do you think are abusive and which do you think are acceptable? Feel free to explain your position. A> Ernie normally does not use the superchargers even when he is shopping or dining nearby, unless he is very close to his 20% cut-off B> Ernie makes no special effort to go to the shopping center, but anytime he is there he plugs in and tops off his car to 90%. This results in him charging at the supercharger once or twice a week. C> Ernie tries to schedule his life so that he eats or shops whenver his car nears 20% at the mall, and he finds that he can do this three times a week on average and very rarely needs to charge at home.