Automakers of all types are making massive commitments to battery-electric vehicles with 50 new models expected to hit the U.S. by the end of next year.
President Biden’s push for 500,000 new EV chargers is funded, while several EV charging companies are investing hundreds of millions into their own ventures. All that investment is good news, but none of those things really reveal who — or more precisely, where — is ready to handle this influx of electric cars and trucks?
California is the most EV-ready state in part because it is the only one with more than 1% of all vehicles registered being electric. Washington, D.C. got kudos and a top score because there is a public EV charger every 2.66 miles on average, this is far better than the national average of one charger every 121 miles.
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