I know there are multiple charging and chargers threads already. Yet discovering how much reluctance there is against installing chargers for the Tesla model S, or any EV for that sake, I think it is essential that we take the approach to attempt to install a more broad charging solution, in those critical places where it seems to be so difficult to convince owners/managers/boards to approve the installation. Installing in your own garage obviously doesn't matter, you can do what you want, within the legal and technical framework. Imagine there are three people asking, one wants a Tesla charger, another a BMW i3 charger while the last a Nissan Leaf charger! This is confusing to those in control of parking lots, who need to approve it. It will be much more convincing if whatever charger installed is some kind of generic charger which most or all EVs can accept (whether it's with an adaptor or not). Besides the CHAdeMO, which standards are widely acceptable amongst EVs? Preferably one which isn't TOO slow, so I am not thinking of a 13A here. Charging station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia IEC 62196 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia CHAdeMO - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia SAE J1772 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Which ones of these does Tesla Model S support, and are there others I didn't mention which could be even better?