According to a recent research conducted by Stanford University, most electric vehicle (EV) owners tend to charge their vehicles at home during the evening or overnight, leading to significant costs for the electricity grid. To address this issue, the study suggests a shift towards daytime charging at public charging stations or workplaces.
The study, which was published in the journal Nature Energy, focused on the increasing number of EV ownership in the western United States and the potential strain on the electric grid by 2035.

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Stanford Study Claims Overnight Charging Of EV's Will Strain California Power Grid

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