Washington State Finding Most EV Owners Charging at Home
OLYMPIA, Wash. - You've probably seen plum parking spots set aside for electric cars, maybe even shaken your fist at an empty space. More than a thousand Northwest drivers have hit the road this year with the first mass market electric cars.
Many of them are letting researchers electronically track their charging and driving behavior. That data shows more than 80% of electric "fill ups" are happening not at those public charging points, but at home.
Dick Hauser is living on the cutting edge. The retired economist in Olympia was among the first in the Northwest to drive home with a 100% electric Nissan Leaf.
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