Audi unveiled last month its first fully electric SUV, the e-tron, at an event on Tesla’s home turf in San Francisco—the electric vehicle industry’s latest step toward mass adoption of EVs, and a real threat to Tesla’s current top spot in the market. Innovation in the EV industry is rolled out at a steady pace, but what’s unusual about this particular launch is that Audi teamed up with Amazon for a home charging solution, letting Amazon into the energy and transportation businesses. Amazon Home Services and Audi will be offering an in-home charging solution that can charge the e-tron in just nine hours. It also allows users to schedule charging for a time when electricity is cheapest, according to Amazon. Sales of the e-tron are set to begin next year. The entry of Big Tech into the EV charging business could potentially make charging much easier, and possibly challenge […]