Mark Phelan: Can Michigan's electric grid handle future of electric vehicles? Yes — to a point

DETROIT — Will there be enough electricity to power the coming flood of electric vehicles? Yes, but the details matter. First, don’t get snowed by automakers’ seemingly daily announcements of new EVs. The vast majority of vehicles built, sold and especially driven in the United States will continue to use internal combustion engines for years to come. EVs are growing fast, though, and the technology improves every day. If you don’t see them on the road regularly now, odds are you will soon. And they use a lot of electricity. The 88 kWh battery that can carry a rear-drive Ford Mustang Mach-E 30…

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