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The infrastructure problem with hydrogen-powered cars amounts to more than just a shortage of stations.
Salespeople would be sad to see the federal tax credit on plug-in electric vehicles disappear. But they're not so sure it's necessary to keep customers interested in EVs.
Adding electric power to work vehicles could help pave the way to broader acceptance of plug-in vehicles among the general public.
A reliable public charging infrastructure will be key to fostering the growth of electric vehicles — even if those chargers don't get used much.
In an era of stable gasoline prices and booming SUV sales, even dramatic advances in EV development don't often make big headlines.
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