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Matt Chester on January 23, 2019

Great overview, Jon.

This part interested me: 

Tesla has ended all free supercharger access by Tesla EV owners as of the end of last month. This means that the chargers will pay per kWh in states that allow this, or per minute in states that do not allow direct sales of electricity by non-utilities.

Whlie the Tesla program is ending, do you see the advent of utility-sponsored, state-sponsored, or other 'free' chargers filling in that vacuum in the short-term? Those seem to be commonly discussed still today as organizations other than Tesla start to ramp up their efforts to increase EV attractiveness to customers. 

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