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Startups try to make EV charging easier in cities

Joann Muller of Axios writes on startups that are trying to make EV charging easier in cities.

The C3 Take
  • As more cities adopt climate goals, startups are trying to increase access to EV charging.
  • One company is Gravity, which has created a suitcase-sized charger that can mount to the floor, wall or ceiling of a parking garage without taking up precious parking spaces.
  • Gravity claims that it can charge a car faster than any other charger on the market.
  • To reach climate goals, we will need private sector leadership and innovation.

“In New York, several mobility startups are trying to tackle the urban charging dilemma, not just for private EV owners but also for taxis, ride-hailing fleets and delivery vehicles that need to keep running.”

Read the full article here.

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