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COMMENT: EV infrastructure will boost smart city development

BY MIKE CALISE. A major challenge facing those cities which are trying to become ‘smart’ is building the business case for urban sustainability. But with technologies like demand response services and vehicle-to-grid evolving, electric vehicles and their associated infrastructure are positioned to play a key role in advancing the green footprint and enabling new levels of city efficiency.

A major challenge facing those cities which are trying to become ‘smart’ is building the business case for urban sustainability. But with technologies like demand response services and vehicle-to-grid evolving, electric vehicles and their associated infrastructure are positioned to play a key role in advancing the green footprint and enabling

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