European Union electricity costs have increased 3x because of it's "green initiatives." A gallon of gasoline is $5.80.
Depending on which state you're in the cost is more than half of that in the USA.
A single electric-car battery weighs about 1,000 pounds and requires 500,000 lbs of raw materials to be moved to get its metals.
EV's now weigh 500 + lbs MORE than other vehicles on the roads.
How will that affect roads designed for less weight per non-commercial vehicle?
Don't forget the need for an additional 7.9 million kw/day to "fuel" the EVs so an additional 79 BILLION cubic feet/day in NEW natural gas production to feed the power plants.
That would be 88% increase from current consumption levels in the USA of 89 bcf/day.
How is that?
Well the average EV will need 200kw/month in charging.
That is about a 25% uplift per home per EV from current consumption just on one EV.
With homes having an average of 2.5 vehicles that's a lot of NEW POWER GENERATION needed.
To meet the additional 7.8 million MW/day to charge all EVs (assuming all vehicles replaced with EVs) there would need to be an additional 9,750 natural gas power plants. (800 MW/ plant/day)
Ironically, China has about 10,000 coal fired power plants right now to make the solar panels, products, etc. used to charge the "clean energy EVs."
How does the price of a new EV compare to a combustible engine?
Average combustible engine vehicle (new) $33,000.
Average price for a new EV $55,000.
I'll leave you with this. Most EVs can't go over 150 miles without a charge.
Most combustible engines have double that & have 115,000 fuel stations nearby to do so.