Agreed, the issue is no charging in the winter. Summer has RV parks open that offer 50 amp plugs for a fee. I'm 306 miles from Anchorage and about 350 miles from Fairbanks. There is currently no reliable charging.Remember that as little as 20 amperes at 240 (two outlets in a kitchen) is an 8.5 mile an hour charging "infrastructure". You as a first adopter in a remote region are going to have to be inventive but it is doable if you have an electric utility.