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Twin Cities plan for electric-car fuel stations

The Twin Cities are among metro-area leaders when it comes to planning for the growth of electric vehicles, Midwest Energy News reports. Cities are grappling with questions about where to put charging stations, how to handle zoning and permits, and how to create a consistent experience for users.
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The Twin Cities are among metro-area leaders when it comes to planning for the growth of electric vehicles, Midwest Energy News reports. Cities are grappling with questions about where to put charging stations, how to handle zoning and permits, and how to create a consistent experience for users.

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