The electric revolution got another dose of support late last week.
Considering how much media coverage electric cars get, a person would be forgiven for thinking EVs constitute a somewhat hefty portion of car sales. The truth, however, is that the market for plug-in electric cars in the United States is ridiculously small.
Through the first nine months of 2015, EVs accounted for only .62 percent of new car sales. Yes, the market share for electric cars is currently well below one percent.
That number should rise as more automakers provide more options and as the logistical issues of limited range and a lack of charging stations are addressed.
But who will step up and cater to such a small market?