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The key to more even EV ownership between urban and rural areas? Charging infrastructure
Fast-charger rollouts, first in Quebec and now Western Canada, address rural inequities and show the benefits of collaboration between community groups, area businesses and local governments
Regions in Canada that invest in EV charging infrastructure in advance of existing demand — thereby democratizing the charging network and increasing consumer confidence — have the potential to see faster gains in EV adoption by those who live outside of urban areas.
The reason? An evolving charging network is a key factor in attracting new owners to electric vehicles who may not yet be aware of their own charging needs and trends, says Travis Allan, vice-president of public affairs and general counsel for charging infrastructure provider Flo.
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