I hear all the "planned" charging stations that Biden wants to get built kind of fell through and there will not be enough built
And that's what we will do. Though you overstated it. We are already doing it.I hear the US will need to increase the electricity output that it currently does, by upwards of an additional 35% by 2035 and by 75% by 2050 to be able to accommodate all the extra electric vehicles that will be on the roads by then.
During the incredible heat California had this summer, there was not one brown out, for the first time in years.I'm not sure what kind of stable electric grid we have in the US, but if CA is any kind of indication right now with how they're asking folks to refrain from charging their cars during "peak" hours.....we're F'ed.
Yeah. These damn elitist want all those bad things. Clean air and water. DAMN THEM!You can bet the "elite" of society, wealthy, politicians, celebs etc will be IMMUNE to this.
We aren't going to need nearly as much lithium soon. But why don't you led by example now. Toss your phones and laptops, TV's, cosmetics and fireworks.There isn't enough Lithium in the world, to instantly switch from "fossil fuels".
All on the taxpayers dime.Arkansas is set to receive $54 million to ensure electric vehicle charging stations will be built at least every 50 miles along the state highways.www.5newsonline.comAnd this is Arkansas.On September 14, the Biden-Harris Administration announced their approval of Arkansas’s plan to build out an electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.www.thv11.com
I live in Little Rock. It is well underway.
And that's what we will do. Though you overstated it. We are already doing it.
Fact: If 80% of all passenger cars become electric, this would lead to a total increase of 10-15% in electricity consumption.Some argue that EVs will make the grid unstable, which could mean hefty investments. Facts and data show why they are wrong.www.virta.global
So far, the market entry of EVs has been very predictable and the electric grid is constantly being developed in parallel. Current EV market trends show low to moderate energy uptake rates.
During the incredible heat California had this summer, there was not one brown out, for the first time in years.
Newsom boasts California avoided rolling blackouts in extreme heat, says anti-green critics want to 'double down on stupid'Newsom debunked claims by media outlets and Republican politicians that California failed to keep the power on during the heat wave.www.cnbc.com
Yeah. These damn elitist want all those bad things. Clean air and water. DAMN THEM!
We aren't going to need nearly as much lithium soon. But why don't you led by example now. Toss your phones and laptops, TV's, cosmetics and fireworks.
Be gone with your cordless tools. Wait. Cordless everything! PC peripherals, bluetooth....everything with a battery. Who owns a digital camera? Tablet PC? Are you a gamer? Best chuck the cordless controller. Throw away your smoke\gas detectors.
EDIT - I'm posting this for anyone that actually wants to learn about future EV batteries: