You Wanna Go On A Road Trip?
The short version:
- Before electric vehicles weren't good for road trips, but now they are
- Electrify America just finished installing the first of two electric cross-country networks of ultra chargers
- It still takes longer than filling up with gas, but they conveniently placed them near stores and restaurants while your Porsche Tycan recharges
- They are going to have another cross-country charging network by the end of September
- Their goal is to build confidence in EV owners by making long travel in EV's a possibility and a reality
So here's the deal.......... Electrify America is finally fulfilling what they were made to do, build confidence in EV's. This is exciting because being in/on an electric vehicle is a thrill, wether it is in a car or another electric vehicle. I can't wait until electric vehicle take over the world and we lower global climate change and the greenhouse gasses. We are giving the next generation a change to live in a world that is beautiful and one that is worth living on.
The short version:
- NY has the most famous electrified transportation system in all of the U.S.A
- Although it is off to a good start, it still has a bigger greenhouse footprint in transportation than the U.S as a whole
- NY has a new climate law that is going to help with that, with a white paper for sufficient charging infrastructure submitted in January
- They have forgotten to include buses and trucks in this new law, which include diesel trucks, so not only money impact put health as well
- It will cost them a lot if they don't do it right and include large charging stations
- If they don't do this right and cost the public their health
So here is the deal... New York has this all new climate law that has their transportation going to all electric, but it has a big flaw..........They forgot to add trucks and busses in this big plan.
If they don't add trucks and busses in this plan and white paper, they it could have a huge impact on not only the greenhouse footprint, but also the health of the public.
I hope that New York sees this flaw and fixes it before they have to spend tons on the outcome of it.