Retailers are Prime Candidates to fill the Electric Charging Void
Electric vehicles are gaining market share in the United States, although adoption rates lag behind markets with strong charging infrastructures. Charging an electric vehicle requires more downtime than refuelling a fossil fuel-powered vehicle, which means that consumers will be looking for ways to spend an extra 30-45 minutes. Due to a lack of federal spending and hesitation among automakers to invest in a shared charging network, retailers are prime candidates to fill this critical infrastructure void and attract American electric vehicle drivers to their locations.
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