Part of Tesla’s destination charging network, The Mayton Inn confirms how uncomplicated hosting a charging station can be.
When I wrote about how to set up a public electric vehicle charging station, one of the central learnings was this:
It can be pretty much as easy as you want it to be.
After all, electric charging stations—assuming they aren’t the networked variety that requires card access/payment/network fees/Wifi, etc.—are basically just extension cords with a higher amperage and 220v supply. Providing access to these stations is just as easy (though not quite as cheap!) as allowing customers to plug in their laptop computers.