Electrification Coalition's Roadmap leads only to more government spending

The newly-launched Electrification Coalition (EC) recently released its "Electrification Roadmap" detailing the coalition's guidelines to achieve its goal that "by 2040, 75 percent of the light-duty vehicle miles traveled (VMT) in the United States should be electric miles." Among other things, the ...

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