The Union of Concerned Scientists says that the US electrical grid is up to the EV challenge, even in states like California with a lot of grid problems and a lot of EVs. The group even has high hopes for the future, as EVs grow more prevalent on the road. Utilities and grid operators will need to invest in more capacity and better transmission, though, if and when EVs become the dominant vehicle type on the road.
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