Electric vehicle drivers unable to install a charger at home are turning instead to stopgaps offered by U.S. and European firms as alternatives to often expensive or inconvenient public charging points. The solutions include online platforms allowing people to rent out their chargers, "pavement gullies" for properties with no driveways and even mobile charging. While such services could put a dent in the global public charging infrastructure problem, they will not achieve the massive scale required to solve it any time soon.
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