Can EVs sell and thrive in US state Michigan?

AutotechInsight Analysis Monthly

Favorable policies, an expansive EV charging network and a stronger commitment from OEMs could improve Michigan’s EV sales.

Even as an increasing number of US states are transitioning towards alternative propulsion by adhering to the zero-emission zone (ZEV) mandate initiated by the California Air Resources Board (CARB), the majority of Michigan’s auto industry still revolves around the traditional internal combustion engine vehicles. This analytical review aims to analyze the reasons for the relatively lower EV sales in such a crucial state and how all the stakeholders can help improve it.

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