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US Northeast Needs More Public Chargers

Winter in the U.S. Northeast means cold and that subtracts range from any car, but especially electric ones, making it imperative for more public charging stations than in warmer climes of North America, argues NYSERDA and John Voelcker

Published: 12-Feb-2013

California is a largely temperate state with a longstanding history of working to curb vehicle emissions.

That makes it a perfect place for plug-in electric cars.

The Northeastern states, on the other hand, are in the Snow Belt, meaning electric cars can lose as much as one third of their battery range in the coldest winter months.

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