Truckin’: The long, strange trip of electric pick-ups

Americans love pick-up trucks, and the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) that make them rely on their relatively high profit margins to fuel earnings. Darragh Punch joins EnergyCents with hosts Hill Vaden and Sam Humphreys to discuss North America’s love affair with pick-up trucks and why electrifying them could be so important to mass EV adoption in the United States.

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