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Like all Governments overseas, Liarbour have put the cart before the horse. Sales of EV’s will not reach the required levels until the charging infrastructure is in place. Look at the video to understand the problems and the answers.

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  1. The government wipes all experience, all known facts, so then it considers it has an “unbiased” consideration to then make a supposed “well advised”, “well being”, “on the level” decision.

    This is how so many decisions are made in the “neo-modern” way, a “Discourse Consensus” is then declared!

    So it seems the virtue signalling governments are putting the cart before the horse.

    The more a government interferes, it is for the feelz good factor of a valueless virtue signal, spun to get a vote. 🙁

    The basis of infra structure is not addressed.
    Sadly subsidies, regulations, etc. will attempt to cover this, like “kiwibuild”.

    Then the 2nd part though this video does not touch on that is the readily availability of electricity or NOT.
    Another part of infrastructure, that is too often again debased by “virtue signalling” by the “benevolent” wind & solar, as being “sustainable”, but operating cost never seems to be clear cut.

    In solving those problems, will see what the price of electricity, and grid distribution, may change those balance points too,
    Can the price of electricity reach to the same price equivalent of energy as petrol and diesel?

    Is the government in its systems actually be putting a petrol generator in the boot of every electric car in how it wants to be managing the electricity sector, just as it mines Indonesian Coal for the Huntly Power station.

    Sure it covers things with sleight of hand, movements of money, subsidies, levies & fees,

    That is why with “Discourse Consensus” they will come to “Love Big Brother” the only great fount of knowledge …. yeah right …. that is allowed.

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  2. And make them pay for the electricity and infrastructure. Along with the usual taxes for ACC, roading etc. Plus a massive tax to deal with the environmental devastation caused by the battery manufacturing and disposal.

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  3. I have to put in a good word for EV’s. Our 2014 Nisan LEAF has 70,000 kms on the odometer and 83% of the original battery capacity.

    We charge the LEAF either at night or during the day from our solar panels.

    When the battery no longer enables us to drive the distance we want, we will get a new battery and put the old battery in our solar system.

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    • How long did it take to roll out the oil and gas platforms around the world – 70+ years essentially, and still some places in the world you can’t buy petrol/gas.
      EV is going to take an Eion of time to get the same delivery of service. Remember your EV chargeability is only as good as the countries ability to support the base load. Solar and Wind can’t do base load. Nuclear, coal and gas can. Wonder how that’s going to work or NOT!

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