Geezus, it’s people like you that have no idea of the big picture. You don’t give any innovation a chance. You have nothing good or positive to say. Just the same old ignorant, tiring gobbledygook.
The question that should be coming forward is: what happens when all the new EV truck owners ask their uncle who used to be an electrician installs the 240 volt charger with no sense of load calculations or energy management. Auto manufacturers should not try to enter the EVSE infrastructure space - this is not their area of expertise.
Really? Service costs? Coal powered? 🤯
LOL, you didn’t offend me, but you did offend my sense of integrity in how you choose to ignore all of the widely available data and evidence to post almost 3 year old data and ignore more current information.
But hey, when you can’t make a rational assertion resort to cherry picking data, right?
Tell us, what does the same source say for 2020 and what is the trend? How much of the average business day electricity in California come from renewables?
@Pdxcarguy: Don't bother writing to carmakers, write your representatives in Congress. More stringent safety regulations, Fuel efficiency and environmental regulations that favor larger vehicles, and a fuel excise tax that is too low to cover the cost of maintaining the highway and road system are all reasons why cars are now bigger.
Add to that what others have said about buyers wanting the largest car they can afford to fuel, and carmakers have almost zero incentive to make a smaller car.