SAUSALITO, CA – General Motors does not support battery-swapping as a solution to overcoming the recharging dilemma partly limiting the popularity of electric vehicles, saying the answer more likely is the nascent fast-charging infrastructure. “We are not proponents of battery-swapping, not at all,” says Larry Nitz, GM global director-vehicle electrification. “We feel if you are going to fill an electric vehicle, it will be through fast-charging. We are ...

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