Why PG&E, National Grid and Enel are charging up to power EVs

“The auto industry long has pointed to that dearth of EV charging infrastructure available in public locations as one reason relatively few EVS are on the road — maybe 8.5 million by 2020, according to estimates from Navigant Research.

But that roadblock soon may be surmounted. The emergence of the Electrify America program, which will invest more than $2 billion in zero emission vehicle infrastructure and education by 2027, has galvanized interest.”

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