Okay James you and I should be able to do this between us. What we are doing is setting up a club like the Caravan club, where members have access to facilities that they pay for but are covered by certain laws and agreements.
The Caravan Club was originally for members it is now a commercial organisation. However some members (100’s) run small caravan sites limited to 5 vans only. Some of these offer electric hook up - which is where I am coming from. Also similar is the fact that these do not compete against commercial sites but are cheaper.
So we have an electric car club where some members run hook-up points for other members. The way round the selling electricity is to charge a parking fee. So you can park on my drive form £x and get free access to the charging point. By not making every member have to offer a return service, we can attract ‘town’ folk. Some people may want to offer the service who do not have an electric car. They simply make money on the parking spot for charging.
For me during the summer months I don’t pay for electricity so it would be either very cheap to plug in at my house or I make a profit.
Now depending on how far this goes. People running the charging point would have to pay the club to have their name listed and an electrical safety check certificate issue. The other members just pay a nominal fee to access the list.
Obviously you have to have a network before making members pay a nominal fee for the list to cover admin costs.
The infrastructure is already in place.
I think I may have over thought this. I wonder if we can make a business out of it? in which case this posting need to be removed.