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This is how the US can make EV charging sites more accessible

The Biden administration aims to spur the construction of a half-million new public EV chargers by 2030. Image: Unsplash/Andrew Roberts

Carey L. Biron

Writer and Editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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A utility crew begins installation of an EV charger.
A utility crew begins installation of an EV charger at a community centre in Temple Hills, Maryland, in June. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Carey L. Biron

A view of a newly installed EV charger
A view of a newly installed EV charger. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Carey L. Biron

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