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As fuel prices soar, electric vehicles become more attractive to consumers. The potential downside for utilities and grid operators, is increasing demand, particularly in times of commuting in the morning and evening, putting an increased strain on the grid, particularly in places where there is insufficient charging infrastructure. Utilities might need to review their forecasts if there is a sharp jump in the number of EVs on the road.

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