I sometimes work on a work site with over 1600 staff car parking spaces (for 5000+ staff) They currently have 2 staff 7KW EV chargers. which are used on a first come first served basis. Sounds bad but actually this has not been an issue so far since there have only been half a dozen or so EV drivers and they just managed it among themselves. I imagine there has been quite a bit of overstaying going on since there has not been much pressure on the chargers. There are far too few parking spaces for all of the car users so if you bag a charger in the morning moving your car once charged is a genuine issue. You could literally be away for an hour by the time you have got out to the car, found somewhere else to park it and walked back so there is a big disincentive to do that. Now that the number of users is expected to increase significantly they are having a consultation on what to do in the future. Obviously increasing the number of chargers is on the cards but even so how should they are managed? Should they be free? or does that just encourage people to use them who could charge at home? if paid how much should it be? enough to discourage free loaders but not penalise people with no off street parking. Should PHEVs be allowed ( I'm sure i'll get an unbiased response on that one here! ) How best to allocate them? a free for all or some sort of booking system? any thoughts on the subject appreciated particularly how this works at other work places?