Typically, it makes sense to start working on solutions to problems when there’s one to solve. But with the development of electric vehicles, or EVs, and the implications this will have in commercial real estate, maybe a bit of advanced planning is called for.

People who drive EVs will want to charge them, and that often means at an office, hotel, retail store, or someplace else where individuals go. Fueling EVs isn’t like filling a tank of gas in five minutes and then, poof, you’re on your way. Charging takes more time with a car that has to be in place for the event.

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