5 States Getting Electric Car Charging Stations

According to the EIA and reported by CleanTechnica, Electric Vehicle Charging Station Incentives going big!

Originally published on EIA.

During the past few years, several models of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs), including battery electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), have been introduced in the light-duty vehicle market. PEVs are limited by driving range, which is related to battery capacity, and can usually travel between 60 and 200 miles before recharging. Therefore, charging infrastructure is crucial to the success of these kinds of vehicles. To address this issue, states have established plans to promote the development of infrastructure through financial incentives for the building of new public and private recharging facilities.

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  1. It is interesting how slow on the draw the USA is being with that old technology. It amazes me how we are kept in the dark about such things that could easily change our entire way of transporting ourselves. A person needs to only check out wikipedia to see electric cars been around at least since the early 1900’s, nothing new about them except they tend be illustrated as some new fangled design. I am glad to see they are at least pretending to bring them into regular usage at this late stage in society. .

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