Recent months have seen many splashy electric vehicle (EV) headlines: Tesla continues to rise the ranks of the world’s highest-valued companiesGeneral Motors announced its fleet will be fully electric by 2035, and President Biden committed to converting the federal government’s 645,000-vehicle fleet to all-electric.

With EV ownership gaining cost parity with internal-combustion engine vehicles, many agree we’re finally at the tipping point of a significant electric auto revolution. While this is directionally good for the climate, it’s far from enough.

Colin Roche, Swiftmile on Smart Cities Dive

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