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Old 06-26-2019, 03:44 PM   #6082 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by sendler View Post
1 billion light vehicle cars and trucks on the road in the world right now. Do we really think it is feasible to have 1 billion electric cars and trucks with 60 kWh batteries or larger? 60 TWh of batteries on the road? So even if we achieve the 1 TWh/ year world battery production by 2028 that is forecast at 4 times the current capacity, It would take another 60 years to make this many batteries just for light vehicles. And the current CCS and Tesla charging standards do not even allow for vehicle to grid two way supply.
So,if the goal is to not only cease greenhouse gas emissions,but also remove existing carbon dioxide and methane levels back down to pre-Industrial Revolution levels,over a 30-year span,what's your plan?
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