How long before the infrastructure is built and what will that cost?
If full electric is adopted, what will happen to all the redundant fuel pumps, conventional cars and spare parts for them?
It will take time as the cost needs to come down in comparison to house values. No point spending 50k on a roof if your house is only worth 150K. But here in Zurich where most houses are in the millions , most houses and even apartments have solar roofs as it's not such a big expense in percentage terms. As it becomes more mainstream the full roof will be done like in the pic. So has long as there is sun you should get some charge. Not going to happen tomorrow, but when the solar tiles are pretty much the same price as normal tiles, then most people who need new roofs will go solar.Lots of houses point in the wrong direction, north facing they’d be useless.
Also solar panels are banned on all listed buildings.
but the Macmaster is possibly the worst advocate for a EV, all his content is about clickbait. If you watch the video he complained about the length of the charger cable, it's clear he could have moved his car closer.
I've had an EV for 15 months, never had a single issue. Ok, it's a Tesla which has a great infrastructure, but even the non Tesla chargers are catching up.
that's not an EV issue that's a porche software issue, many petrol/diesel cars have similar problems related to their software.
I stand by my macmaster=clickbait statement
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