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Coronavirus pumps the brakes on the electric vehicle revolution

2 monthes ago   |   By Grist

One of the starkest ways the coronavirus pandemic has upended daily life is its impact on transit: Simply put, we've stopped moving around. Flights and cruises are being canceled en masse, subways are losing riders , and highways have become eerily empty as commuter traffic peters out.
Far from just impacting transportation today, the pandemic and ensuing economic fallout could have big implications for the transit systems of tomorrow. Early signs suggest that the electric vehicle market, like the rest of the auto market, is taking a serious hit from COVID-19. For now, it appears to be a...
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