Electric car use growing in Alaska
The vehicles are expensive to buy but cheap to run; long distance driving will require network of suitable charging stations
With the number of models of electrically powered cars steadily increasing, some people are predicting a rapid transition away from traditional gasoline fueled vehicles. And Alaska appears to be seeing a steady growth in electric car use, albeit from a low start.
Sean Skaling, manager of business a....
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High energy efficiency
Total ownership cost
Funding for charging stations
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