Texan's love their pickup trucks. Looking at the Ford EV, they have an 80 amp charger. Will be interesting when thousands of pickups need to be charged overnight on a cold winter evening, with each having a current draw of 10-20 kilowatts for many hours to recharge. Won't be a problem in the summer for now.
Agree 1,000%. No one has thought this through -- this is what all that "infrastructure" talk is about. They can't call it "EV infrastructure" because Americans wouldn't be willing to pay for it, but "infrastructure" in general sounds goods. But that money that folks think will go for bridge repairs will go for tax-payer paid charging stations for the rich to use to charge their EVs. This is not rocket-science.
naw, Nord Steam II lots of clean burning natural gas from Russia later this year, if that doesn't work, just move production to China, no shortage of coal power and more every day!
That's all true but I was blown away by VW's support for coal. I thought that train left the station years ago.