With an expected 37 million light-duty cars on the road by 2025, the right infrastructure and the right locations will become critical.
Drivers who don’t have a convenient private driveway available will turn to workplace and commercial charging. A new Wood Mackenzie report on workplace charging finds that there is a business opportunity for workplaces that give their staff and customers a place to plug in, according to an article on the blog GreenTechMedia.
As it stands, most EV early adopters in both the U.S. and Europe have access to home charging. But as falling battery costs, public policy and consumer preference drive EVs into the mainstream, the demographics will become more diverse.
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