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Journalist for nearly a decade with keen interest in local energy policies for cities and national efforts to facilitate a renewable revolution. 

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Another significant development in the market's migration toward EV. Cadillac has bought out 150 dealerships that did not want to invest the $200,000 into the facilities to support a revamp toward electric vehicles. Sounds like Cadillac dealerships across the country will begin having a significant stock of charging stations and charging cars. Cadillac is the latest among many, but far from the last. Seeing industrial-scale moves toward electric vehicles could mean a more immediate impact on the electricity grid and its load—more immediate than waiting for consumers to make a sizable impact by purchasing these vehicles. 


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