GM Aims to Give Electric Vehicle Owners More Places to Charge

General Motors Co. is working to install 2,700 electric-vehicle chargers in the U.S., in an effort to stoke demand for battery-powered cars and catch up with Tesla Inc.’s commanding lead in the plug-in market.

GM said Friday the so-called fast-charging stations will be able to replenish about 60 miles of driving range in 20 minutes, similar to some of the ones used in Tesla’s network of more than 17,000 chargers in North America.

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