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Newly published NREL research is informing how electric grid stakeholders and planners can prepare for the future influx of electric vehicles and their potential impact. Photo by Werner Slocum, NREL

Considering An EV & Live In A Rural Area? Here Are Five Things To Know…

Interest in electric vehicles is strong among U.S. drivers — including drivers who live in rural areas. That’s great news, because swapping gasoline and diesel vehicles for EVs is an essential strategy to reduce local air pollution and climate change emissions from transportation. One factor helping rural interest is the … [continued]