According to CarBuzz, "the EV charging network in the US has already eroded, and at least one in five charging attempts by EV drivers failed to connect."
Already? We've barely started.
"It's bad enough that the adoption rate of all-electric vehicles is double the rate of chargers being installed. Yet, the existing ones are already aging with a lack of maintenance, repair, and software updates to keep up with evolving batteries. According to the report, there was a steady rise from the first quarter of 2021 to the third quarter of 2022 of failed charging attempts from 15 percent to 21 percent. But it gets worse.