U.S. EV owners frustrated with public charging issues

Electric vehicle owners in the U.S. are frustrated with the country’s public charging infrastructure, according to a new J.D. Power report. Driving.ca said more than 11,550 drivers were surveyed, and that one in five could not charge their vehicle at an EV station. Seventy-two per cent blamed faulty equipment. “Public charging continues to provide challenges to overall EV adoption,” said J.D. Power’s Brent Gruber. “We need to make sure those stations are reliable.”(Source: Driving.ca) Read the original story…

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