If Toronto wants to reach its ambitious goal of having all residents driving electric vehicles by 2050, it had better hit the accelerator?on its infrastructure plans, critics say.
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A pilot project launched last year has seen the city install 17 on-street charging stations, but far more ambitious policies are needed to convince residents to buy in,?said The Atmospheric Fund’s Ian Klesmer.which had remained largely open but did not have COVID-19 spreading in their population i?
“It’s really important to meet these goals in order to have a network of reliable and convenient chargers that Torontonians can use to reap the full benefits of electric vehicles,” Klesmer said.?