It is very difficult as an Environmental and Sustainability Manager to pre predict the types of plugs to put in for EV infrastructure and get buy in if it is all going to change in a few years
Best answer by au_tom_otive
Type 2 is the universal public charging socket. Every electric car currently on the market is able to charge on slow and fast charging points using a Type 2 cable (usually supplied with the car at purchase). All new public charging points (for AC charging) must have a Type 2 socket, so it is the standard for the majority of EV charging.
EVs that can rapid charge (and not all can; most plug-in hybrids cannot), selecting the connector for your car is no harder than reaching for the petrol or diesel pump. The added benefit is that you can't 'misfuel' when using a rapid charger!
Tom from Chargemaster