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This Is Uncomfortable

Will a national charging-station network boost electric vehicle sales?

Scott Tong Nov 3, 2016
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If you’re shopping for a car, you may know that two new electric vehicles are coming in 2017: the Chevy Bolt and the next-gen Toyota Prius plug-in. The reality is, the EV market has not dazzled. When President Obama entered office, he envisioned 1 million sales by 2015. Yesterday, the U.S. hit half that number. So today, the White House announced a new measure to bring more charging stations to the country, notably on key highway corridors. The question is, how much these new charging stations will jolt demand for electric vehicles?

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