Photo of electric vehicle charging curbside over sidewalk and through window.

Electric vehicles need places to charge, including on-street parking when garages are not available. In the absence of solutions, drivers who are dedicated to e-mobility are taking things into their own hands.

The Mitsubishi Outlander pictured below is a plug-in hybrid, meaning plugging in is optional; but to forgo plugging in would mean relying on gasoline instead of electricity. This rather drastic charging arrangement shows the lengths to which drivers will go to maximize their vehicles’ electric capabilities.

The result of such efforts is effective for the driver in the short-term but not for passers-by, and is hardly scalable. This problem of no on-street charging must be solved.

Contact me to discuss how to bring on-street charging and cleaner air to your community.

What Happens When Cities Ignore Electric Vehicles
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