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Faster EV charging.

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Roger Arnold on Jan 23, 2021

A quote from the Guardian article:

“I think technologies [like StoreDot’s] could start entering the market in the next five years or so. However, since they will be more difficult and expensive to manufacture, we’re likely to initially only see them in niche markets that are highly performance-driven and not as price-sensitive as electric vehicles,”

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Matt Chester on Jan 25, 2021

we’re likely to initially only see them in niche markets that are highly performance-driven and not as price-sensitive as electric vehicles

That's not surprising, but I also think not a problem since that's where many of these technologies tend to start anyway-- the first EV wasn't widely available to middle-class families to buy, so the first superfastcharging EV won't be in the showroom next to Leafs and Bolts, but it's the first step towards getting there

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