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Fights for control over charging stations in USA

The electric vehicle (EV) revolution is underway, with utilities in the United States vying for control of charging infrastructure to replace gas pumps. Consumer advocates and start-ups fear rising electricity prices and monopolization of the industry.

Utilities Invest Millions in Charging Infrastructure

Utilities, such as Exelon and Southern California Edison, are investing millions of dollars in upgrading their infrastructure and seeking regulatory authorization to own and operate charging stations. This debate is taking place within regulatory committees, while states and utilities push for broader EV adoption.

Investments in Charging Infrastructure to Exceed $13 Billion

Wood Mackenzie forecasts that investments in charging infrastructure will exceed $13 billion over the next five years, financing around 3.2 million charging points. However, EVs currently only account for about 2% of new car sales in the US.

States to Become Major Players in Charging Industry

Exelon’s utilities business head, Calvin Butler Jr, believes that many states will become major players in the charging industry. Investing in charging infrastructure is crucial to accelerate EV adoption, he notes. As more utilities invest in charging stations, EV adoption is expected to increase, further driving the need for charging infrastructure.

Challenges Remain for EVs

Despite the promise of EVs, challenges remain, such as rising electricity prices and concerns from oil companies over subsidies. However, with increasing investment in charging infrastructure, the EV revolution is set to become a reality, creating a cleaner and more sustainable future.

Conclusion: The Future of the Automotive Industry

In conclusion, the competition for charging infrastructure control continues as the automotive industry transitions to EVs. Nevertheless, increasing investment in charging infrastructure is promising and will accelerate the adoption of EVs. Adding subheadings can break up the text and improve readability, while avoiding passive voice and shortening sentences can make the article more engaging and easier to read. The EV revolution is poised to transform the industry and create a cleaner, more sustainable future.

Firas NAVARROhttps://evchargingmag.com
Firas is a Daily News Writer. He's been captivated by the world of electric mobility, the automotive industry, and technology for years. His days are filled with the exploration of news and prominent trends in electric vehicles. Market analysis and the ever-evolving future of EVs hold a special place in his heart. 🚗🔋🌐 #EVEnthusiast


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