October 4th, 2020 by  

Originally published on The Expert Blog, NRDC.
By Kelly Blynn

Electric vehicle (EV) drivers are often incredibly enthusiastic about their cars. It’s not just about keeping the air clean and reducing climate-warming emissions: it’s also about lower costs at the pump and fewer maintenance needs, year after year. For all of these reasons, cities across the United States — including many of the 25 cities participating in the Bloomberg Philanthropies American Cities Climate Challenge — have launched efforts to increase electric vehicle adoption.

New public EV charger ribbon cutting at Findlay Market in Cincinnati for National Drive Electric Week

Cities are facing a number of stubborn barriers in this effort, including the awareness that these cars exist. Despite significant efforts

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