Electric vehicles have the potential to cut carbon emissions and clear the way for significant progress in meeting California and the U.S.'s climate goals. And now that California will require all new cars sold to be zero-emission by 2035, interest is growing and EV companies jockey for dominance. But a number of obstacles, particularly charging, may impact how quickly these vehicles are adopted by consumers.
In this installment of our "dot.LA Explains" series, host Kelly O'Grady dives into some key challenges facing EV charging, including infrastructure, grid capacity, charging length and pricing.
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