This is the real problem. For Tesla to sell its electric cars to people at significant margins, it simply needs a lot of charging infrastructure. And many parts of North America are not quite ready for the big infrastructure push.
And how is the demand going to be handled?
MADISON, Wis. – Two students in Madison were suspended and a third was arrested during a riot Saturday after the two were caught on cell phones recording the brawl in the University of Wisconsin-Madison dorms, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.
Madison police said they arrested 20-year-old Ryan A. Stambaugh, of Milwaukee, and 18-year-old Austin G. D’Auria, of Fitchburg.
The Wisconsin State Journal said D’Auria allegedly punched the other student in the head, knocking him unconscious, and then tried to take the phone from Stambaugh.
D’Auria told the newspaper in a statement that he was “troubled” by what he saw and that he’s been in counseling the past few days.
Stambaugh is facing a charge of third-degree assault.
“As a student at UW, it is appalling to be the victim of a violent crime,” Stambaugh said. “I would like to apologize to the person who has been assaulted for their injury.”
Police responded to a report about 4:30 p.m. after the two were caught on cell phones recording a fight inside an apartment off of D’Auria’s Fitchburg street.
“I think there’s a misunderstanding of what the situation was,” said UWPD Sgt. Jason DeForest.
The UW-Madison Police Department released surveillance footage of the altercation. The footage showed Stambaugh fighting with another man outside the apartment complex and then returning to his apartment, taking Stambaugh’s property and leaving the scene.
Stambaugh was arrested on Monday.
Brennan Hochstrom of The Associated Press and Associated Press writers Jill Disis and John Bott contributed to this report.
The Canadian government has committed $3 million over the next three years to support a small number of scientists who are fighting a major chemical weapon attack in Syria.
It’s one of the few government investments in Syria’s civil war seen up to this point, and comes at a time when Canada has taken a hard line against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and where the Syrian government and opposition are at odds over