I don't have an EV yet; I have a Fusion Hybrid, but, like almost everyone on this forum, I'm so excited about getting my Model 3 that keeping up with the news is my favorite pastime. So, I'm exploring the charging stations in my area in anticipation of having to be out and about when my battery's not well-charged. Fortunately, many of them are free. The mall I frequent even has a couple of free CHAdeMo stations (one of which is available as I'm typing this on a Saturday afternoon). In reading about commercial charging, though, I find that most of them charge US$0.49-.60/KWh. Wow!! That's about 400-500% of what I'd pay at home. In doesn't vary much at all at stations that charge by the minute rather than by the KWh. In effect, it makes driving an EV about 1.5-2.5 times as expensive (for fuel) as driving an ICE-powered car. Is there something wrong with my math here or is this highway robbery (pun unintentional and unavoidable)? Has anyone seen any reasonable compromises between these outrageous -- and frankly, prohibitive -- prices and the free stations that are scattered around. How is fee-based charging priced in Canada? Will fee-based charging ever be for anything other than emergency use? (Surely no one would have an EV and routinely charge it this way.) Is there any hint of what Tesla might be charging for Supercharger use beyond 400KWh/year? I figured that if it's not free, Elon would at least sell the electricity at a reasonable approximation of the price charged by the local utility, but now I'm not sure. Parenthetically, I appreciate the free CHAdeMO charging at the mall, but after paying Tesla US$450 for the adapter, the break-even point would probably never be reached.