This chapter focuses on the implications of privacy at the intersection with the Smart Grid, which typically means public or private charging—with or without electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). There are three levels of charging associated with the delivery speed that can be deployed for electric vehicles (EVs). Policies for EVs, and charging stations in particular, vary between states. ChargePoint is an example of a new public charging infrastructure business based on new technologies and delivering new business to business and business to consumer services. Experts note a trend about charging locations—most people charge their cars at home, plugging in to a wall outlet or EVSE installed in their garage or carport. Vehicle telematics certainly apply to all cars, not just EVs, but because EVs are new, their manufacturers are eager to collect data about driving habits and charging times as basic market research into what consumers want and do.