Is the Infrastructure Ready for the Rush of Electric Cars?
As major automakers are ready to roll electric cars in the U.S., the question doing the round is if charging infrastructure and electricity supply are up to the task.
Many industry watchers and experts have questioned the ability of charging infrastructure to suport electric vehicles even though they form a fraction of the entire car market.
How and where will drivers be able to recharge their all-important lithium-ion batteries, particularly if those drivers venture far from home? In most cases, this means they plan to drive farther than the 160 to 240 kilometers they'll get from a fully charged battery.
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