Electric Vehicle Advocate: Cities Need To Think About Where Drivers Will Plug In
There are more and more ways to get around now using electricity, be it bikes, scooters or cars. But, those vehicles need power, which — at least in the case of cars — means charging stations.
Jeff Allen argues that cities need to think about how to make everything that moves electric — but for that to happen, they need places for drivers to plug in.
Allen is executive director of Forth, a trade association and advocate for electric and advanced mobility.