DETROIT – Auto makers, suppliers, utilities and regulators gathered here this week to try to determine what it will take to get electric vehicles on U.S. roads in big numbers, tackling such issues as high technology costs, infrastructure needs, supplier development and precisely how to cultivate consumer demand. But the biggest problem ahead for the U.S. auto industry as it attempts an electrification transformation may be an unsolvable one: China. Experts on a panel at the Center for ...
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