For electric cars to take off, they’ll need place to charge

For electric cars to take off, they’ll need place to charge

Nils Henningstad poses next to his Tesla Model X while charging the electric car at a public charging station on July 13 in Lillestrom, just outside Oslo, Norway. Electric cars are seeing growing support around the world. France and the United Kingdom want to ban sales of gas and diesel cars by 2040. But there’s a problem: There aren’t enough places to plug those cars in.
A security guard moves past an electric vehicle charging station on April 14 in Beijing. Momentum is building worldwide for electric cars thanks to rising government fuel economy standards and climate concerns. Automakers are jumping on board. But selling those cars will be difficult unless the world builds more charging stations.

For electric cars to take off, they’ll need place to charge

Nils Henningstad poses next to his Tesla Model X while charging the electric car at a public charging station on July 13 in Lillestrom, just outside Oslo, Norway. Electric cars are seeing growing support around the world. France and the United Kingdom want to ban sales of gas and diesel cars by 2040. But there’s a problem: There aren’t enough places to plug those cars in.
A security guard moves past an electric vehicle charging station on April 14 in Beijing. Momentum is building worldwide for electric cars thanks to rising government fuel economy standards and climate concerns. Automakers are jumping on board. But selling those cars will be difficult unless the world builds more charging stations.
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