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I have designed, financed, managed and sold systems, services and organizations through the transformation of the telecom and energy industries. As a business advisor, I have sold, led or...

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Charging EVs can be done at many places with various complementary use cases. This is quite different than fueling combustion vehicles, where the only option is to go to a service station. I am providing here the breakdown of the common EV charging use cases that I use for analysis when reporting on the industry.

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Matt Chester on Apr 28, 2022

It's always so fascinating to think about the ways our current fueling culture is ingrained in everyday life and how much effort it takes to turn that around as EVs take hold. Will be interesting to hear the perspective of the next generation decades from now about the holdups we had!

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