Biden’s hard sell of wind energy hits ‘economic wall’

If electric vehicles are offered as ubiquitously as gasoline vehicles, and if their technology goes where we think it’s going to go, then we would expect roughly half of people to prefer an electric over a gasoline for both cars and SUVs.” Jeremy Michalek, engineering and public policy, on his research examining electric vehicle adoption. The story looks at the rural EV transition and notes a bumpy road ahead in terms of public charging infrastructure, divisive politics and class warfare surrounding the use of EVs.

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