OT: Aye, caramba! 350KW charging for new Porsche?

This is for the soon to be released Porsche electric vehicle:
"Porsche is talking about a 800-volt system that should allow a charge rate of up to 350 kW, which could charge the car up to 80% in only 15 minutes."
That's more than 7 times the 200A capacity of my whole house.
"The company plans to deploy hundreds of stations capable of delivering that charge rate, including a recently announced network of 500 EV charging stations in North America."
I'm sure they will have one here at the local supermarket or train station, right?
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trader_4 posted for all of us...

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Come to think of it, a train station parking lot, at least on electrified lines, would be a perfect charging location.
The infrastructure in present for a humoungous amount of electricity to go to that railroad right of way to power up those trains, and it's not a steady load.
The electric companies would _lurve_ to use that spare capacity for the 95 percent (nighttime), or ten percent (rush hour) that there's no train drawing it.
Obviously there'd be a cutoff of the personal exlectric cars when the train is running through.
Hmmmmmmmm...
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