Nissan Leaf 24 Tekna '64 reg
Owning and driving EV are about so much more than cheap motoring.Actually I think that is a bad idea. So long since I've needed any, I've forgotten how much it costs to fill a car with petrol, but when you load the price of charging to that level it removes one of the arguments for EVs - cheap on-the-road motoring. Yes, of course to make it sustainable all rapid charging must be paid for, but for a reasonable price.
Considering rapid charging is optional and only covers a small proportion of your EV miles, ultra-expensive rapid charging would not change the price of EV ownership by much.
But when travelling long distance, having the option to use those ultra-expensive rapid charging services would make EV journeys a lot easier than today. Imagine arriving at a service attached to the motorway, park at a rapid charger and starts to charge without any fuss. Inside there is an open lobby, nice toilets and restaurants.
(wait, that's just motorway services! except with multiple working chargers)
All I'm saying is, I'm willing to pay more for guaranteed good experience and convenience on trunk roads when travelling. Current infrastructure means I still need to have a dirty diesel to make those journeys.