NYC Is One of the Worst Cities for Electric Cars. Here’s How It Plans to Change That.

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By Tobias Carroll In the last few weeks, I’ve seen something I’d never seen before on the streets of New York: an electric car using a curbside charger to refill its battery. I’ve seen it multiple times, in fact — but the fact that this is still a relatively rare sight in a city that’s generally known for forward-thinking transportation policies is a little head-spinning. A recent New York Times article by Ginia Bellafante on electric vehicles in New York City cited a StorageCafe study on cities and electric vehicles, to sobering effect. “In one analysis that ranked 100 metropolitan areas in t…

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