US Electric Car Uptake Rising Despite Policy Confusion

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Electric vehicle (EV) uptake is pushing past some speed bumps in the world's largest oil-consuming nation, with US sales experiencing steady acceleration so far this year. The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has created both incentives and impediments for the EV market that are either evening out or serving as an encouragement, while other factors — like competition among automakers and charging standardization — are keeping sales momentum going.

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