RE: New owner Fluence
The Fluence can only take a 16a (max) charge - at 7Kw, so whilst you can still use the 22Kw posts (these use 3phase power) the Fluence will not charge any faster. You'll find more things will affect range - temperature and seasons. I will get on average 80m in Summer with careful driving, but the same routes in December to February I'll struggle to get 44m ! Not a fault with the car, but the physics of battery chemistry.
To have the battery status reported to your phone or web browser, you need to activate ZE Services (do a forum search). This is an optional extra which in Scotland I'm charged £25pa - yes, I find it very useful, but it is expensive what what it is. Nothing else is provided for the money - if you want to update the maps, you do this through TomTom directly, putting the SD card into a PC - remembering to eject it via the Carimnat menu first.
As for how many EV's in your area? No idea, I've also no idea how many are in mine, but there are only 3 Fluences, which makes me happy I never got a Leaf or a Zoe!