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    The White House today announced a range of actions intended to stimulate and speed up the deployment of zero-emission electric vehicles in the U.S. It took these actions, it said, as part of its efforts to "combat climate change, increase access to clean-energy technologies, and reduce our dependence on oil." Today's announcements are part of "a continued partnership between the Administration, states, localities, and the private sector" to achieve "shared goals" of electric-car deployment. DON'T MISS: DC fast-charging in east, west coast corridors done, say VW, BMW In a statement issued this...

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