RE: Zoe Chameleon charger in a Fluence ?
Well, that's good, it works for you.
Your journey is somewhat likewise to an 'urban delivery' type cycle. EVs are good for that too and are directed to such usage cycles as well. I just didn't cover 'commercial' usage in my flawed, and obviously limited, summary of EV uses. It was just a very generalised POV to highlight the basic issues, but, yeah, of course, there may be other particular cycles that EVs will work on, but simply to say it wasn't 'designed' for what you are doing with it.
All the same, what happens if the charger fails, or is occupied by another EV?