A small bit of background regarding the electricity prices in NL, it's 21 cents per kWh for residential grid, most public chargers are 30 cents per kWh, some with a 60 cent start tarif. To be fair, most public chargers are 11kW 3 phase, but because the mitsu/leaf/i3/soul all have a single phase charger onboard they won't charge more then 3kW. Except for the Zoe and the Tesla, they come standard with 3 phase charging which pretty much the entire EU uses.
So it's a bit more complicated then the american L1 vs L2 vs DCFC charging speeds. If the car does 3 phase 32 amps you suddenly have a 22kW Charger (Zoe, Leaf) which changes behaviour quite significantly.
We do have FastNed with it's DCFC stations beside the road, that's 85 cents per kWh without contract, but it's per kWh, so that's decent, no artificial time restrictions. So even if you used the DCFC for the 80-100 it would only cost the 85 cents per kWh. You can also get a contract with them, which makes sense if you use them everyday. They have a contract for 12 euros a month and you pay 35 cents per kWh, or a Flat fee subscription of 99 euros.
The Tesla charging there is probably charging with 22kW 3 phase, they have 44 kW available, as well as CCS and Chademo