PennDOT has received the first $25.4 million of the $170 million it will receive from the new federal infrastructure law through 2026 to develop an electric vehicle charging network.

But that must be just the beginning, given the certainty that the transition to electric vehicles in unstoppable. The switch is not just a goal of governments around the world to slow dangerous global warming. Auto manufacturers worldwide have committed more than $515 billion to EV development over the next 10 years, according to an analysis by Reuters.

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