Could urban charging deserts hinder ride hailing ev adoption—and cleaner air?

Could urban charging deserts hinder ride-hailing EV adoption—and cleaner air?

Lyft car picking up a riderAs a lack of Level 2 AC charging infrastructure gets in the way of EV ownership in some urban areas, the lack of fast-charging could slow electric ride-hailing adoption, according to new analysis from the clean-energy advocacy group Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI). With so many vehicles from the likes of Uber and Lyft on city streets, electrifying…