posted on May, 22 2020 @ 04:38 AM
The transition to electric vehicles will be a relative long term one. For what I see the hype is trickling down from the super whealty towards the
doing-well people. People tend to group together so yeah, that would cause problems with the grid around those greenionairs. But... it also means you
do not have to upgrade the complete grid. Just the area where higher power demand is present. When you have more costumers going premium, the needed
local upgrade is paid for. The upgrades will offcourse be renewable energy like solar and wind. A lot off people will keep burnin oil to get places
because of lack of money to folow the hype or because of not willing to follow the herd for whatever reason. Enough time to patch the grid, where
A bit of conspiracy theory on this:
Once a good percentage of a country has gone electric, i bet ya that the remaining petrolheads will be taxed out of their beloved rumblers, paying for
the final grid upgrades. When that is done the next step will be to use all that paid for renewable capacity (thus the phrase 'free energy') to create
hydrogen for the 'real' green revolution.
Thát might the real reason to have this weird electric car sceme that makes no sence at all.
a reply to: XL5