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Billion-dollar bets on electric vehicles await payoff; regulators should not hamper growth of electric vehicles, says Court Rich, Rose Law Group Senior Partner

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By Joann Muller | Axios

If carmakers have any hope of making money on electric vehicles, they’ll need to re-think how they design and sell them, a new McKinsey study suggests.

Why it matters: Automakers will pour $255 billion into EVs by 2023 but are resigned to losing money on them for the foreseeable future — an expected outcome of a market dictated by regulators and lawmakers, rather than consumers. But because they’re key to future self-driving cars, they’ll keep investing in them.

The big picture: Right now, electric vehicles are an expensive black hole for carmakers.

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“Arizona regulators right now are drafting the laws and policies that will either help Arizona be a leader in the electric vehicle industry or will set our state to the back of the pack. In order to encourage the proliferation of EV charging stations and make Arizona a leader, regulators should certainly reject calls to regulate this competitive and growing industry.”

~ Court Rich


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