My wife and I were having a very interesting discussion about the roll-out of the SuperChargers and how it will be very nice for all Tesla owners. What came up was an interesting point about how Tesla can avoid the potential "monopoly" label by being the largest/only provider of a proprietary charging solution nationwide. The way I see it is that companies will start seeing the wide-spread adoption of Tesla cars due to the available superchagers. They will then Lease the technology to be able to use the superchargers on their EVs. Tesla will be the only game in town providing such a large infrastructure...does the ring any MaBell similarities? There will be no competitor in the EV charging space that can even come close to what Tesla has and Tesla will be the only company setting the price for EV manufacturers to access the SC network. With no market competition there is no market set price hence the possibility for the monopoly billing. Thoughts on this? Disclaimer: I am not assuming they are doing anything wrong or pointing fingers just interested in hearing different sides of this discussion.