New York Times
Electric Cars Are Coming, and Fast. Is the Nation’s Grid Up to It?
Major automakers are increasingly betting that millions of new cars and trucks over the next decade will be plugged into electrical outlets, not fueled up at gas stations. That raises a question: Is the nation’s power grid ready to handle this surge of new electric vehicles?
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