The development of electric car charging networks was recently included in a United States bill that was enacted.
The Biden administration's $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan, which was enacted in November 2022,
includes this project among its list of important national upkeep and repairs.
The initiatives involving electric automobiles, which are heavily supported by Tesla and General Motors,
Federal and state incentives for buying such cars help to support this.
10% of light-duty vehicles (passenger cars and light trucks) on US highways in 2030 will be electric vehicles.
Tesla is now the top EV maker. Tesla still has an advantage over rivals like GM, Ford, and Hyundai,
There are 40,000 stations in their global charging network. Because to the inherent range anxiety that the majority