What I was getting at is that there are currently 30 Renault Kangoo's (I would guess most are AIR NZ's doing airport duty), and 4 Renault Zoes. I think most of these are 22kW charging only.
I think a few people put 41 kWh Zoe's on order from the UK when they are first announced (I would expect them to arrive in March or april), but even then I would expect a a portion of buyers to opt for the 22kW charging variant (for longer range & lower cost).
The result will be a very small portion of the small NZ EV fleet having 43kW AC charge capability (a handful of cars only). Charge.net's vendor offers a 3 cord variant of the charger they use, but it must be hard to justify the cost for such a small number of cars.
I agree. The only way it would be worth doing was if you thought that was how it was going to be going forward. I think Charge.Net are going to migrate their CCS-Type1 interfaces to CCS-Type2. Not very many cars use the CCS-Type1 interface. I think BMW i3 bought in NZ is pretty much the list. Whereas CCS-Type2 will be Hyundai Ioniq, BMW from 2017 and the VW eGolf.