Yea....but at the same time look what happened to Texas....not all areas are ready for it, and thats with less then 3% of that state even drives a EV.Are you serious? When the whole nation added air conditioning to homes, we were able to ramp up electricity production. When we added televisions to every room, we were able to meet electrical needs. It's been gone over before, in case you weren't paying attention, but making all the cars electric in the US, will barely require any additional power production, and it's actually easy to add the capacity, especially since, unlike AC use, EV charging is predominantly done at night, when plants are already ramped DOWN.
Here, watch this and pay attention: