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Toward a Cure for Electric-Car Range Anxiety

(NYT Green)

Electric cars appear unlikely to be embraced by consumers until a network of charging stations is established that instills confidence.

That’s the conclusion of a recent report on ways of establishing a charging infrastructure in the Northeast that would begin to match the reach, convenience and speed of gasoline stations.

The five-part study, financed by the federal Department of Energy and written for the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority and the Georgetown University Transportation and Climate Initiative, outlines recommendations for building out the facilities.

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