How real estate is preparing for electric cars

How real estate is preparing for electric cars

As charging infrastructure expands, industrial real estate could play a big role

Landlords are increasingly incorporating charging infrastructure into their buildings as part of plans to make their portfolios more sustainable.

Take Lendlease, which is installing at least 80 electric vehicle (EV) chargers in its properties, including popular shopping complexes in Australia.


RSK: I am still confused why we have to make the jump to all EV and not hybrid models that use fossil fuel and electric to transition. Unless you install a charging station at home that can do an adequate job, and build tens of thousands of charging stations across the country, it is just a expensive fantasy. This draconian approach is beyond me.

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