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EV demand will force infrastructure improvement, says Volkswagen

Setting up charging infrastructure is widely considered a major hurdle to the rollout of mainstream electric cars, but aspiring industry leader Volkswagen considers it a problem that will take care of itself as supply grows to meet demand. It may seem like Economics 101, but the German company’s view is that as electric cars grow ever […]
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