Fair enough. As I say I was not sure what your point was. That could be on me, but even after rereading your post I am still not sure. Your follow-up provides some clarity.
I agree that the market will have to evolve. Currently most electric cars can only travel 70ish miles per charge. This limits ownership to people who can charge at home. Incidentally approximately 60% of adults in the U.S. live in a home where they could charge a car. I don't think that home charging is limiting the market. Range is likely the limiting factor.
I expect that as we see affordable pure electric cars with ranges of 150 ~ 200 miles that market will explode from the current 1% to 5%~10% all still comfortably within the home charging footprint of the market. Outside of the reduction of range anxioty the economics of electric cars becomes increasingly compelling with increased miles driven.
But to your point regarding the need to increase public charging on the scale of gas stations, I just do not see that happening or even important. I think that there are more incentives for appartment property owners to outfit premium electric car spot and charge a small fee than to have gas station like charging.