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After the Pandemic, Use EVs to Absorb Spare Utility Capacity - Rocky Mountain Institute
"Utilities and their regulators should be thinking now about changing strategies, from ones focused on capacity expansion, to ones focused on electrifying everything and stimulating the growth of these emerging sectors. Investments in charging infrastructure can also serve as stimulus programs for states trying to recover economically. This is particularly true for electrifying transportation, which can be done much more quickly and easily than retrofitting the built environment and all of its appliances. As we begin to think about how to restore economic health after the pandemic, making investments in residential, workplace, and public charging infrastructure for electric vehicles is a no-brainer centerpiece for any utility recovery and investment plan."
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