it's the generation and distribution of that power, our current system is not set up to meet the potential demand.
OTOH, we citizens use far more power than we should. Based on data mined in my BC Hydro online account, I'm using less than half the electrical power as average for the size/type of home I'm in. We don't do a lot that's special - I've changed bulbs for LED as the burn out and we try to turn lights off for rooms we're not using. With no sacrifice, every other resident could do much the same.
If residential usage were cut to, say 2/3 of current levels, how much available capacity would be in the system to support larger scale adoption of EVs?
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