There is no doubt that parking at charging spot is a problem but that misses the point of this thread. The question here is does a commercial operation like Uber suck out our SC resources? Simple math shows it can/will and I hope that Tesla/Uber does something that is tailored for their solution. SC in fact is actually meant for long distance charging and in HK because home charging is difficult to come by, some of us have turned onto SC as our primary fuel source. If SC was not readily available (as its really becoming so), it is detrimental to the continuing growth of EVs in HK. Commercial uses of SC is just not fair to normal consumer as its us consumer that pays for the build out of SC (no commercial users means we pay less in our car price).
Like some people above, I agree that SC, as it's meant for long distance travel, should be charged a nominal fee for anyone to use. This will mean more owners will push for home charging and there will be less consumer chargers utilized by commercial fleets. Some may argue Tesla should build more chargers, but most of us can't even install a 13A charger at our parking spot.
I know someone who needs to supercharge twice per day in order to get all the kids to school and back home. Poor him, he would be considered a commercial user be banned even before Uber drivers.
Elon promised SCs are free forever, anyone who bought a Tesla, until future changes, are eligible to use SCs anytime they want.
Even if there are SCs all over HK, it will be the same, because its free. I reckon the majority of Tesla owners in HK bought their cars with this very reason as their top priority, along with 0 tax, low running cost, resale value guaranteed. In other words, the total package is too cheap comparing to other vehicles.
If the same logic applies, P90D/P85D owners should have priority over other models, since they paid 80%+ more than a 70 with no option. This of course, is not right. I don't mean to offend anyone, but free things have trade offs. Even gas stations have long queues sometimes.