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US charging network sits on cusp of change

The Biden administration wants to increase the size of America’s EV charging network by 400pc

The Biden administration set out a multi-agency approach to increase America’s electric vehicle (EV) charging network by 400pc this week. The US recently crossed the 100,000 charger threshold, and the Biden team wants to take that number to 500,000 over the next four years. To spark demand, the General Services Administration (GSA) is accelerating the president’s executive order to transition the US government fleet entirely to zero-emissions vehicles. “Number of EV models expanded in 2020” IEA The GSA wants to triple the number of such vehicles this year, and will install charging stations at a number of existing federal facilities. Meanwhile, the Department of Transportation an



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