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By Zachary Shahan

For years, it has been clear — electric car customers want superfast (not just “fast”) charging available for long-distance travel. It has also been clear that only Tesla has looked out for its customers in regards to this. It wasn’t until this year that any other charging companies really started offering products capable of this, and there still aren’t any electric cars on the market that could charge more than 100 kW anyway — hence the lack of supply of non-Tesla superchargers

Next Generation of EV Charging (#Electrifying Webinar with Peter Badik, GreenWay) was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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