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Virtually everyone passes through the I-80 corridor at some time in their travels. This is encouraging news!

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Matt Chester on Sep 22, 2022

The web of EV charging infrastructure across the country is finally getting connected enough to kick away range anxiety on longer trips, I'm so happy to see that!

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Jim Stack on Sep 23, 2022

Sounds like Nebraska willbe the place to visit on any cross country Electric Vehicle trip. Now ihave a good reason to visit there. I think they have a lot of wind energy inNebraska too. 

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Henry Craver on Sep 29, 2022

I'm excited about the transition to EVs, I really am, but I wish legislators would put more energy and money into solving a bigger problem in the USA: people drive too much. Even if our grid goes green, electric cars still bring along a host of problems we should all be familiar with: They’re dangerous, they’re expensive and they demand lots and lots of space.

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