For £100 a year, EV drivers can charge up at any of the nine new charging stations going up in a handful of
As we’ve talked about pretty often on EcoGeek, EV charging infrastructures are rapidly growing in big cities around the world, including here in the US, underscoring the idea that EVs are the future of cars. Now the issue will be getting the electricity provided to come from all renewable resources – like solar panels placed on charging poles – as well as putting smart grids in place. Though existing grids can typically handle folks plugging in their EVs, smart grids will be increasingly necessary as consumer purchases of EVs tick upwards along with electricity needs for charging. Luckily, car makers and utility companies already know this. So, auto makers, we're ready when you are!
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