Charging thousands of electric vehicles simultaneously will be a big challenge for cities, writes Concordia researcher

Claude El-Bayeh says growing the demand for EVs will require smart strategies to avoid overwhelming power grids

Market demand for electric vehicles (EVs) has been steadily rising in recent years and will likely continue to do so in rich and developing countries alike. However, as the consulting firm Deloitte projects in a recent report, that demand will slow considerably after 2030 if charging station infrastructure challenges are not addressed in a sustained manner.

In a new paper published in World Electric Vehicle Journal, Claude El-Bayeh

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