Can you guess which ones?
Electric vehicle charging stations are in short supply, especially in rural areas in the United States, writes Al Cross of the Rural Blog.
The post highlights a Bloomberg News article that explores obstacles to EV adoption including a lack of EV stations, reliability problems with chargers, vandalism, and chargers that fall into disrepair.
The problem is particularly acute in the Northern Plains where long stretches of remote highway dominate the landscape.
There are fewer EV registrations in all of North Dakota (roughly 400) and Wyoming (500) than in the Vermont towns of Norwich (204) and Montpelier (314) combined. As of January, Vermont had a total of 4,776 all-electric vehicles.
The Vermont data was included in a presentation made at a Bradford Selectboard meeting earlier this year as the board mulled over a proposal to install EV stations at a public parking lot next to Denny Park. The board approved the plan last month. – republished from the Journal-Opinion