- Feb 14, 2022
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It would be impossible to increase electric production in the US enough if even half the cars became EVs. We can't use Coal (like China) and new Nuclear plants take decades to build with all the regulations and red tape involved. Solar panels and windmills are cool but they can't do enough. Before thinking I'm anti Green please note I was an Environmentalist for decades before it became cool and profitable. I bought a 2023 Subaru last august, if I bought the EV equivalent it would've taken 15 years to recoup the extra cost without even factoring in the cost of electricity. To be fair, my work does prevents me from buying an EV but I have a garage with 220V already installed so it would be an option if I had a normal Job. Then again, I just ordered a 23 Subaru WRX with a manual transmission so I am a bit crazy.