genesiss23 t1_j9vbcem wrote

There were relatively few housing starts in the 1930s and practically none during ww2. By the end of ww2, there was a massive shortage. My paternal grandparents returned home during ww2. It took them mo the to find a separate apartment which they wanted because my father was born.


genesiss23 t1_j1alk9e wrote

The issue is to provide the same about of service a gas station does in a day, the equivalent ev charging station will need significantly more chargers. The issue is infrastructure and unless there is a solid, funded plan on how to deal with it, you shouldn't mandate anything. You can end up destroying yourself, so to speak.

Also, all the car manufacturers use a standard charger, except one, and that is Tesla. They need to be forced to use the standard charger.