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Why electric vehicle infrastructure hasn't kept up with EV sales

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According to a new study, Texas is among the worst states in the country in which to own an electric vehicle. In fact, it’s the second worst, ahead of only Washington state, says the research team at EV Charger Reviews.

The group used six factors to rank states – electric vehicles per charging port, charging ports per square mile, average electricity cost, money saved annually when owning an electric vehicle, EV per service center, and tax credits. Texas landed in the bottom 10 for three of the six, though it did rank 15th in average electricity cost.

Earlier this month, Audacy’s quarterly conversation focused on the state of the environment. Jeff Gilbert of Audacy’s WWJ in Detroit spoke with analysts Stephanie Brinley of S&P Global Mobility and Sam Abuelsamid from Guidehouse Insights about the Motor City’s relationship with electric vehicles.

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