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GM’s plan to end EV charging deserts

Joann Muller of Axios reports that GM is planning to end EV charging deserts.

The C3 Take
  • A lack of available charging infrastructure is one impediment to a more rapid deployment of electric vehicle purchases.
  • Starting in 2022 General Motors will begin a $750 million rollout of 40,000 EV charging stations.
  • General Motors is showing that the private sector is well-equipped to advance clean energy solutions.

“[General Motors] will give each of its 4,500 dealers up to 10 of its Level 2 Ultium-branded chargers to install throughout their communities in places like offices, apartments, sports and entertainment venues and college campuses.”

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