Sharpnshinyknives wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 26, 2020 1:27 am
Just saw on the news that experts are saying that this mandate WILL over tax the electric grid in CA. The governor wants the only nuclear power plant in the state closed by 2025 and the state completely green by 2045. So I come back to my original post that this is going to cause major problems in California when millions of cars every day are plugged into a system that depends on the sun to shine and the wind to blow, with NO backup.
Not to worry though, these liberal politicians always have a scapegoat, it will be PG&E’s fault and not theirs. They will also blame profiteers from other states that sell them emergency power at ludicrous prices when they run out of power.
Well, see it posative Mark. Brings up a lot of investment ideas doesn't it.
Car makers, wind, solar, electrical companies in the surrounding states and so on. But maybe the best one is companies who build & or run the electrical "Gas Stations".
Germany wants the same kind of stuff as Cali. Or at least they pretend to want it, and they keep talking about it but they have close to zero "Gas Sations" where you can reload or recharge your battery.
Electrical cars with No infrastructure = stupid goal!
They keep saying people should buy electrical cars, nobody knows where to recharge em if ya take a longer trip.
Ya need a whole ssttload of "Gas Stations" for this type of goal. Not just in Germany but throughout Europe. Or not just in Cali., but throughout the US. Sooner or later we will drive electrical cars. Or they will drive us I should say. But the infrastructure has to come first IMO.
Just thinking out loud.