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Future of EVs in the U.S. depends on charging networks with gaps

Automakers planned to spend at least $141 billion over the next few years to retool supply chains in a historic shift from internal combustion to battery-driven machines. The financial reasoning was clear: Roughly one-third of U.S. drivers say they may go electric the next time they buy a vehicle. But the industry faces an ongoing chicken-and-egg problem.

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