According to a recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) report, US government agencies are finding expensive all-electric cars not worth buying because of the cost and infrastructure challenges involved.
The report found that agencies were not required to track where the electricity used to power plug-in vehicles was generated or the environmental impact of disposing of old batteries.
“The costs of these vehicles and charging infrastructure make it challenging for agencies to acquire them on a large scale,” the report explained. “Second, a lack of fuel and infrastructure availability limits agencies use of alternative fuel, specifically E85.”
Read the article at TheNewspaper.com.