By Jeff Kart: December 15, 2021
One of the biggest hurdles facing mass adoption of electric vehicles is the perceived lack of accessible charging infrastructure, say leaders with Intertrust Technologies.
Electric vehicle (EV) owners may have a charger in their garage. But many EV owners rely solely on publicly available EV chargers. And even those with garage chargers may need a boost while they’re out and about.
Distribution service operators (the people in charge of networks that provide the power to charge electric vehicles) have no way of predicting the best places to put EV charging hotspots. If only they had access to data for such a task.
Enter Intertrust, headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.
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