Submitted by bsimoes on Mon, 2013-02-18 05:38
I want to help. I think we all want to proactively do what we can. From what I can gather, it sounds like it's not the cost of the Superchargers, but the "nailing down" of locations that is getting in the way. This would be a perfect activity for us. In order to help you do that, I/we need to know certain things. I, for example, can track down and contact land owners where chargers would be ideally located in an area with which I am familiar, but I don't know how to present the information from there. I don't know who to contact at Tesla if I get confirmation that the land owner is interested.
We (current and future Tesla owners) already live throughout the country/world and can be your ambassadors, but we just need to know how best to go about it. Who covers what costs? What is the land owner legally responsible for? Does Tesla trench electricity to the location and then pay for used electricity or does that fall to the land owner? If Tesla covers all of this, it would seem to be an easy sell, as it would bring in customers that otherwise would not have any reason to divert their trip to the business location. Please advise. We are waiting and willing! Barb