A sense of belonging. A desire for civility. Both seem necessary for a welcoming and respectful society. But what happens when these ideas backfire?
Virginia just picked a Los Angeles company to build and operate electric-vehicle charging stations across the Commonwealth, with many of them near Washington. But Virginia is not the only jurisdiction in the region trying to ease the way for greener rides. What’s in store for those who drive, or aspire to drive, electric cars in Greater D.C.?
- Jonathan Levy Jonathan Levy is Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at EVgo, the nation’s largest public network of fast chargers for electric vehicles.
- Angela Navarro Deputy Secretary of Commerce and Trade, Virginia
- Eric Campbell Energy Program Manager Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE), Government of the District of Columbia.
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