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Toyota, Tesla & Schumer

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The EV things in the title are explored in this paper.

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Matt Chester on Oct 29, 2019 9:51 pm GMT

Some good news in EV sales, based on your research! I'm just hoping that means we have some good infrastructure build up and utility managed charging programs in the pipeline (selfishly, I really just want those things built up where I live!)

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John Benson on Oct 30, 2019 2:55 pm GMT

Thanks for the comments, Matt. Ditto for my earlier post on the Kincaid Fire. The good news regarding the latter is that the winds last night we not as strong as forecast and containment is up to 30%. They expect full containment by Nov 7. My post next week will be on the and related subjects. PG&E is in real trouble.

Most charger activity is by private networks, not utilities. Do you want me to respond with some links to the major private networks? Your illustrious IT team has started doing strange things to links, so these will probably be in a resource.


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