Range anxiety everywhere

As electric vehicles (EVs) like the Nissan Leaf hit the roads in the U.S., press coverage focusing on the of the perils of EVs' limited range – and the resulting "range anxiety" from drivers worried about finding a charging point – has picked up. The Boston Globe kicked things off a month ago with a...

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