Off street parking space to allow EV charging for apartments and condos in cities will soon be a problem in the USA. I don't see a solution for this without a big political fight.\n\nIn my neighborhood there is already a small-scale version of such a fight, even though nearly every home has a garage or off street parking. Right now, there is one Level 2 (240V, 50A) charger capable of charging 2 cars at once. It's in a small parking lot, and is available to any home owner in the neighborhood. But it's likely not enough for future demand.\n\nSomeone had suggested that existing street light poles be altered to allow plugging in EV chargers – as is done in London. @TLS Guy Is that so? Here that idea went nowhere because the local home owners association has no authority over county-owned street lights, nor can it influence the privately owned electricity utility that powers the lights. If that exists in London, I can imagine how taxes might pay for the needed modifications, but who pays for the charging itself?