Impact of Electrification of Transportation on the Grid
- Jan 25, 2022 5:45 pm GMT
This item is part of the Power Industry 2022 Trends & Predictions - January 2022 SPECIAL ISSUE, click here for more
Henry Ford has a dilemma. He needed gasoline readily available to power the mass-produced cars he would be building. In much the same way, we need charging stations to power the vehicles of the future. What does that mean for infrastructure, for the home of tomorrow and for the need for massive amounts of batteries that are going to be required? Because, in the current politically charged world, truth is often blurred by misrepresentations and at times, outright falsehoods, we must present facts as facts and opinions as opinions, leaving the public to decide how best to navigate change.
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