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Electric Car Sales Growth Outpaces Global Battery Charger Installations – Bloomberg

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More plugs are needed but the gap isn’t inherently a bad thing.
EV charging stations in a parking lot in Hong Kong.

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As electric vehicle sales take off, the number of those EVs on the road is growing faster than the number of public charging points to support them. That’s one of the high-level conclusions from an in-depth study on the state of public charging infrastructure that my BNEF colleague Ryan Fisher published recently.