EV charging in this country still sucks. From too much tech to simply being unreliable, there’s still no practical incentive to buy an EV. No matter how many tax discounts the government can offer, no one wants a car that they can’t charge because all their local infrastructure is broken. Thankfully, many of those broken chargers may not be down much longer. The Verge reports the Biden Administration is spending $100 million to fix broken ports.
Of the $7.5 billion that was approved in 2021 for the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the Department of Transportation is taking $100 million out of it for charger repair. According to the agency, the money will be used to “repair and replace existing but non-operational, electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.”
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