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Electric vehicles are booming as expected, a new analysis found, but renewable power isn’t growing as quickly as hoped.
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The change to planned rules was an election-year concession to labor unions and auto executives, according to people familiar with the plan.
The presumed winner supports policies that have led to a boom in coal-burning, but also to the creation of a nascent electric-battery industry.
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Forecasters say the president’s clean-energy incentives will be more effective than they had originally expected, in part because of new federal regulations.
Daimler, Navistar and Volvo have been criticized for not selling many electric heavy trucks, but the companies say the country first needs many more chargers.
Republicans and some Democrats tried to repeal a waiver issued by the Biden administration that allows federally funded E.V. chargers to be made from imported iron and steel.
And that’s a good thing. They’re critical for renewable energy, and a new study says recovering them from old cellphones and other waste could help meet the demand.