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Fully Charged Explores “Electric Nation”

Batteries are going to get bigger. They are going to charge faster. People will become more comfortable with the range of new electric cars. “Electric Nation” brings well over 500 EVs together —  to all charge at once — as an expression of the future to come. As I pull into an empty spot for EV [&hellip Fully Charged Explores “Electric Nation” was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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