Problem is when the majority of people have EVs there won’t be a difference. Millions of cars charging overnight will be no different to millions of people boiling the kettle in the middle of Corrie.
It’s funny how senior people in the National Grid say there are no issues with capacity, partly due to the efficiency of lighting, appliances and other loads today. There will of course, be some issues with local grid capacity, especially in villages, but I can’t see how that can be a long term issue or resolved by turning off chargers.
you can imagine a scenario where ,at 7.30pm after we all put the kettle on after watching Corrie, Mrs Miggins' heat pump kicks in as do the chargers for the two family cars- the local distribution networks could become overloaded.
Was talking to Deb on the way to work about this very thread and EVs in general .
Her question was quite valid, and take the global warming bollocks out...
why do EV cars pound for pound pay less ( even zero) than an equivalent ICE car in road fund licencing?
they both use the roads, can weigh the same ( more if a hybrid) etc
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On the Jaguar website there are First Editions available and HSE's. Does anyone have a spec sheet that shows the difference?
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Hi, I own an IPace since 2019, and a couple of month ago I started to retro engineer the CAN bus on it. I bought an OVMS box (https://www.openvehicles.com/) and started scaning all modules and PID. I found a lot of PID, but still looking for the 36 cell temperature of the battery. My OVMS box is...
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