Actually in 2020 there are more CCS sites than Supercharger sites in the USA. CCS installs are happening at several times the rate as SC sites.I'll be interested in further reports of the Tahoe and San Diego experiences. Right after I bought my I Pace I did a Bay Area to Santa Barbara trip as a sort of test drive for road trips. I have had a Model S for several years and found road trips to be a breeze, so I really wanted to see how traveling with the I Pace compared. Let's just say, it is a bit of a challenge in the I Pace - at least in comparison to traveling in a Tesla. The I Pace is a much more comfortable, enjoyable car to drive and just to be in for longer periods of time. However, you just really have to hand it to Elon Musk for his forward thinking in the charging area. The Super Charger network and the ease of the whole charging experience are just vastly superior. How I wish Jaguar would catch up.
Will be driving from San Jose area to north Tahoe. Likely will stop in Roseville unless the wife wants to go to the outlets in Livermore than it will be a two stop journey (since the Livermore outlet has EVGo chargers)what does Tahoe mean? Tons of 150/350kW chargers in Sacramento. EA has them in Rocklin and Truckee as well if you're talking North Lake.
Livermore does have both EA and EvGo (EA is in back, EvGo near the entrance). With EA, you will get charged at the 125kW rate, which is the second highest rate, because the car reports it can charge at ~100kW.Will be driving from San Jose area to north Tahoe. Likely will stop in Roseville unless the wife wants to go to the outlets in Livermore than it will be a two stop journey (since the Livermore outlet has EVGo chargers)
Is it true that we get charged the highest rate for EA but can’t really take advantage of the high rate?