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    Thursday, January 11, 2018

    Two Breakthroughs For Growing EVs

    Maybe It’s Not As Hard As We Thought To Solve The Electric Charging Infrastructure Problem

    Ryan Felton, January 10, 2018 (Jalopnik)

    “…[The currently tiny EV market isn’t going to grow without a serious boom in fast charging infrastructure. But it might be an easier problem to solve than most think…It’s a weird conundrum: if carmakers want to succeed in attracting new EV buyers, there needs to be fast charging infrastructure in place…[But carmakers] aren’t keen on building infrastructure…Tesla’s the only one to really tackle the problem…[But that will] change as more EVs hit the road…[ChargePoint, the largest charging network for electric vehicles, just] integrated Amazon’s Alexa for its home charging suite…[allowing EV owners] to start and stop charging using the virtual assistant…[Most charging is done] at home or at work…[The big issue is] the gap in fast-charging highway stations…[That will be resolved by] a network that’s plotted smartly along all major highway routes…” click here for more

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