“Cars have to be affordable, invest in that battery and make it here, and invest in charging infrastructure,”
Wow, here is another deep-thinking politician who can repeat the obvious.
Electric cars are too expensive, they have battery issues, short range and there are insufficient charging stations. What else is new? Other than more subsidies, what solution does she propose? In simple terms she has no idea how to solve these problems.
How are cars made affordable, battery life extended, and battery charging times reduced? What are the grid changes and cost required to build numerous convenient charging stations and to allow multiple home charging units in the same area? The response is silence.
When the answers to these questions are known a reasonable policy can be developed. Until then electric vehicles will remain fancy run around town golf carts.
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