Range Anxiety: Building an Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles

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A little top up before hitting the road again. (Credit: Getty)

A shout out to the New York Times for its recent assessment of one thing electric cars of all kinds need for the industry to take off: a network of charging stations for that awkward moment when a motorist needs a boost away from home, work, or shopping.

Here's a list of the California-based players mentioned:

  • ECOtality, a San Francisco based charging firm
  • PG&E, the utility, which has installed a free public Level 3 charger along I-80 in Vacaville
  • Coulomb Technologies, a charging infrastructure firm
  • AeroVironment, Nissan’s charging partner in the US
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About Rachael Myrow

From KQED’s Bureau in San Jose, Rachael Myrow covers politics, economics, technology, food and culture in a vast region extending from Burlingame to Edenvale to Fremont. This follows more than seven years waking at 3 am to host the daily version of KQED's California Report, broadcast on NPR affiliates throughout the state during NPR's Morning Edition. She still guest hosts for The California Report and Forum, blogs for Bay Area Bites, and files for NPR and PRI’s The World. Before KQED, she worked for Marketplace and KPCC in Los Angeles. Follow @rachaelmyrow

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