Americans may need to rethink — or perhaps recharge — their thinking about how electric vehicle charging infrastructure will be built out as EV technology takes off, as this Slate article suggests. Some of the current thinking about building gas-station-like charging stations makes about as much sense as if we had converted old Blockbuster video stores into Netflix stores, writes Ryan Cornell. “The solution to the electric vehicle charging problem should fit current technology, not the technology of the prior century. Why should policymakers aim to copy gas stations when we can do so much better?” Read more to see where and how EV charging infrastructure may be best focused.