Yet another state says it’s not ready for the spread of electric vehicles.
Nebraska U.S. Sen. Pete Ricketts instead says there is plenty of ethanol available.
“We’re a rural state. We don’t have chargers all over the place,” he told a recent panel of stakeholders and policy experts who discussed alternatives to electric vehicles.
“If you don’t have a plan for generating energy and you don’t have a way to get all the critical minerals, what does that mean? The price is going to stay high.”
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