Gee, this is a tough one.
I’ve noticed a consistent problem with how many executives in the automotive industry as well as people outside of the industry who want to influence its direction approach the adoption of electric cars. What I chock it up to is group think and a disconnect with the average citizens in Western countries, because our leaders can’t seem to understand why more aren’t buying a Tesla or other EVs.
This blithely elitist attitude is perfectly encapsulated in an article published by the World Economic Forum in collaboration with Thomson Reuters Foundation trust, titled “This is how the US can make EV charging sites more accessible.”
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