Porsche and Electrify America are both owned by VW, so this wasn't really a partnership as much as an in-house cross sell. However, Electrify America has partnered with Lucid Motors for charging, but I believe that Lucid buyers will just get discounted pricing from Electrify America unless Lucid elects to cover all charging fees for a certain amount of time. With VW and its Porsche and Audi subsidiaries all bringing out new EV's, they may want to keep free charging at Electrify America stations as a perk exclusive to buyers of those brands. And of course, no charging is really free. Tesla and everyone else buries it in the upfront cost of the vehicles. Even when Tesla was still offering lifetime free use of superchargers for the Model S, there were limits on its use that escaped the notice of some buyers. Some Tesla buyers who lived near superchargers did all their charging, even for local driving, at those stations instead of at home. They were surprised suddenly to get letters warning them that free supercharging was intended to facilitate long-distance travel and was not a substitute for in-home charging. If these buyers didn't stop using superchargers for local travel -- and Tesla was tracking where they charged and where they drove -- they were told their charging privileges would be revoked.