EV Charging Infrastructure

Updated: Dec 30, 2021

One of many articles on what it takes to drive the EV revolution, I'm sure. This one has some interesting data & a pretty good capture of the challenges that lie in the way. The one that caught the eye was the finding that only 30-40% of public chargers are actually available for various reasons. More charging points doesn't translate that easily into assurance for car owners that they will find one when they need one. The need for charging infra for long distance driving is real. But maybe we need to first serve those who have intra-city driving needs to build the critical mass quicker. Sometimes it seems we are still stuck with the idea of petrol car top-up, while we maybe should be thinking mobile phone charging instead. #FreeingEngineering #evcharginginfrastructure

A lack of chargers could stall the electric-vehicle revolution economist.com • 9 min read




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