From The Washington Times:

“The proposal does little to incentivize a switch by consumers,” said Ashley Nunes, the project director of competition policy for the R Street Institute, a free market think tank. “Instead, it indirectly presents consumers with more electric cars to choose from. Yet studies show that consumers just aren’t that enthused by going electric compared to the status quo.”

“A busted charging station is arguably worse than no charger at all. Currently, depending on where you go, it’s a hit or miss,” Nunes said. “Some stations are busted, some have a queue and others charge fees that are less than transparent.”