I was extremely impressed with the thoughtfulness that went into the final South Dakota plan found here:
(yep, I'm a nerd an read about the entire thing)
They pointed out the problem that demand charges from utilities will pose if say 4 are charging at a station pulling 150kwh each. Have other states found a way to deal with that issue? I had to admit, I could no wrap my mind around the economic incentive for the charging companies with that issue, particularly is the most rural areas. (As a side note, I've spoke to one of the owners a couple time from Red-E charging who are using Volkswagen settlement money to built a DC charger in Brookings, SD and a few other places. For Brookings, he said his charger has the supply and capability to do 150 kwh charging, however, he had mentioned demand charges forces him to do 62.5 kwh. This is a single CSS site.)
I spend a lot of time in North Dakota, but can't find their plan. If anyone knows where to find it, let me know.