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Why charging infrastructure is critical to the success of EVs

Introducing “Drivers of Change,” a new column from GreenBiz, VERGE and Rocky Mountain Institute focused on the intersection of cities, transportation and innovative technologies.

Electric vehicle charging stations are the wallflowers of the car-fueling dance. Traditional gas stations take center stage; they’re in your face and more or less everywhere. Meanwhile, most EV charging stations do not attract a great deal of attention; they’re subtle. Whether mounted to a wall in a dimly lit parking garage or perched discreetly on a sidewalk outside a shopping mall, they very easily blend into their environment.

Of course, some manufacturers have sought to change that, but for the most part, charging stations resemble utility or electrical service equipment, and that’s exactly what they are — a technology that delivers electrons to electric vehicle batteries.


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