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Electric vehicles are a ‘huge manufacturing and jobs win’ for America reports Energy Secretary

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, a two-term governor of Michigan and longtime EV owner, recently sat down with ABC News to address the many concerns and anxieties surrounding electric vehicles (EVs). She offered a clear message for Americans still deciding whether to buy or lease one: They’re better for the environment and your pocketbook. And building electric vehicles in the U.S. will produce jobs and reduce the dependency on Chinese-made parts.

Still, Granholm said there’s work to be done to make charging more accessible around the country.

ABC News speaks with U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm about the future of electric vehicles.

See the full interview here

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