I'm certainly no scientist or engineer and that's why i'm asking this question. We are currently observing how a Heat Wave in the North is stressing their power grids. So how would millions of new electric cars on the roads affect these same power grids? My guess is that it just isn't possible to have millions of new electric cars on the roads. I just don't see how the power grids could handle the added stress. Even if we added more Nuclear Energy to the mix,i just don't see it working out. Nuclear Energy also brings quite a bit of baggage to the table as well. The only conclusion i have been able to come to is solar charging. Some sort of solar panel would have to be attached to the electric car. It sounds like it would be very expensive and i'm not sure how it would affect night driving either. Just a thought anyway. I really would like to hear your input on this. I'm sure there are many of you on this board who have more knowledge on this stuff than i do. So fire away. Thanks.