I want to undertake a veeeery long road-trip from Switzerland to the Nordkapp (Northcape) in Switzerland. By the time i'm going in 2015, there will be Superchargers up to around 1/3 of the way up in Norway (getting to Norway itself is SC's all the way so that is not a problem).
After charging at the last SC, it will be non-SC charging all the way up north and back again until we reach the SC again.
My question is: i've been reading up on charging in Norway and have seen Bjorn Nyland's Nordkapp Videos on YouTube. Bjorn borrowed a 22kW mobile charger and was able to use it at various locations along the way.
I have a "Juice Booster1" 22kW charger, bought in Switzerland and it works fine everywhere i go south of the Nordics (i have adapters for anything continental europe can throw at me).
I will take Tesla's own UMC along too as a backup.
But various people warned me about large parts of Norway (still) having IT based power-systems which have no earth-grounding, making charging an EV impossible.
How big is this problem really, when i get north of Mosjoen where the most Northern SC will be according to todays known SC planning ?
I have not yet reached the planning phase of contacting people to ask them where i can charge so far up north. I first want to find out what kind of adapters i'll be needing there besides CEE32 and CEE16 etc. (which i have already).