By 2030, there may be 26 million electric vehicles on roads in the U.S., and that means there will be a need for more than 10 times as many public and workplace chargers as there are today—an increase from around 216,000 chargers in 2020 to 2.4 million by the end of the decade. Those chargers are needed both for drivers who live in apartments or can’t otherwise plug in their cars at home, and drivers taking longer trips.
But rolling out EV chargers—especially fast chargers that can quickly power up cars but demand as much electricity as 300 homes, each—isn’t easy to do.[…]
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