Electric vehicles are about to become even more unpopular in the world’s biggest EV market – China. After a 34% drop year-on-year in September, further falls are expected as regulators continue to reduce subsidies. In fact, without government subsidies or mandates it is doubtful anyone would buy an EV.

There are many well-known problems with EV’s. For example, what do we do with the 50% of a barrel of oil that is gasoline if most cars are electric? Read more here.

Perhaps we use it to power a generator to charge an EV. See below.




Alternatively, perhaps we could use diesel. The generator below is a genuine suggestion to charge EV’s in remote areas in Australia. Where will it end.



More to come on EV’s.