10 Jun 2022 | Abstracted from Toms Guide"The aim [of the $5billion program] is to have at least 500,000 new chargers in place by 2030, and that they're usable 97% of the time."
"The standards outlined will require EV chargers to be built every 50 miles along major highways, and no more than one mile away from the aforementioned alternative fuel corridors. These locations will also have to be able to charge at least four EVs at once, at speeds exceeding 150 kW."
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