International oil companies as Shell and ExxonMobil are investigating a move into providing places where EV owners can plug in and juice up.
One reason gasoline-powered vehicles proliferated was the growth of fueling stations. If cars ran low on fuel, drivers could tank up.
Many EVs on the market have ranges far below 100 miles. That may be fine for most local driving, but longer trips are more demanding. When drivers see the gauge drop to zero and realize that they failed to plug the car in last night, they will need a place to recharge.
Read the article at Fortune.