The U.S. is among the slowest countries to adapt to electric vehicles out of the 30 International Energy Agency countries analyzed by the website GoCompare, which set out to find those best-prepared for the future of EVs. The report by the Newport, Wales-based financial services comparison website finds only three countries rank below the U.S. for the number of cars per charging point. A GoCompare spokesperson tells WardsAuto that while the U.S. has charged ahead with the number of overall ...

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