The government and the private sector are rushing to build a network of electric vehicle charging stations across the country — a necessity if electric cars are to catch on widely.
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The average electric car sold today can go about 250 miles in one charge. So can BJ Leiderman, who writes our theme music. Drivers on road trips can worry about finding a charging station when they need one. NPR’s Brittany Cronin reports that expanding the country’s network of charging stations is a critical part of getting more Americans to go electric.
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