How long does it take the federal government to build one electric-vehicle charger?

We do not know. It has not be done.

The 2021 bi-partisan infrastructure bill allocated $7.5B towards building 500,000 charging stations by 2030. It was supposed to be a “transformative down payment on the transition to a zero-emission future.”

Meanwhile, the federal government has built not a single charging station, and we are still waiting for the transformation to zero-emission to have a viable future.

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