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The red-hot play in EVs is figuring out how to get them charged up

Big financing deals are being struck across the country to charge up electric buses and cargo trucks

Rendering of the future electric bus terminal in Silver Spring, Maryland. Photo: Courtesy Alphastruxure

One of the hottest plays in the electrification of mobility is charging. Smallish startups, big legacy companies, and private equity investors are crawling over the U.S. in a goldrush…




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