People, forget about charging at workplace or shopping centres. EV are supposed to be slowly charged overnight, or quick charged at motorway service stations. Forget about going to fill up because you will no longer need to plan a visit to stand idle and smell the fumes. Forget about range anxiety because for most people's daily use, you'll never have worry about car's range. With current car usage model (ownership model): You charge at where you stay overnight, tell it when you need the car at what percentage. Be driveway charger or destination charger at hotel. On-street lamp-post integrated charger can be installed (see Fully Charged below). Just remember to plug it when you get home as part of parking up procedure. During your daily drive, for most people, you'll not need to worry about charging it, ever. Then you'll ONLY need to use super fast chargers during long distances, which most people will only use a few times over the year. This. 100x this! James Cooke (search for his channel on Youtube) recently drove his Tesla across France to Italy, 800 miles in a single day using an EV. It is happening now, and Tesla Model 3 will be officially released tomorrow at around £30,000. In 20 years, you should be able to buy a 200+ miles EV for less than £500 today's money (aka "bangers") That's not true at all. Consistent use of superchargers will only reduce your charge rate, but no capacity loss or refusal to charge using a super charger. The guy will only need to wait 5min longer than before, but he shouldn't be using supercharger as his only source of energy to begin with (see above) Re national grid: The grid is ready for mass EV adoption, it's just the chargers that need changing. Smart chargers allow EV to smooth out grid load, even putting electricity back onto the grid if demand is high. This will allow less fossil fuel power plants be on standby. Same principle can be applied to house batteries, to take advantage of per second (for example) electricity price fluctuation and even get paid by the grid for helping to smooth out demand.