Selling electric cars to consumers is just the first part of the equation. The users must have infrastructure to charge them too. California’s investment in charging infrastructure will position them ahead of the rest of the USA in adoption of this technology.

A car is built on the assembly line California already boasts the second-largest electric car market in the world after China—and it’s about to mushroom. The state is investing hundreds of millions of dollars into not only cars, but also into the next wave of electric vehicles: buses, trucks, forklifts, and all the other vehicles that make up our public transit and freight systems. But once we electrify everything that moves, how are we going to charge it? Today, California is taking the lead on that too. The federal government isn’t working on a national solution for charging the […]


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