Spotlight: Federal Dollars Could Drive Electric Vehicle Charging Across Texas
Michael Plante () and
Southwest Economy, 2022, issue Second Quarter
Consumers who are reluctant to switch to electric vehicles cite inadequate charging facilities. The federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act seeks to address such concerns, providing funding to expand charging infrastructure along interstates and in rural areas.
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