It seems that California’s plans to become an environmental and socialist utopia are running first in reality.
The latest dose of reality comes this week when the state, facing triple digit temperatures, begins to “bother” about the state’s power grid pressure as a result of all that charging their electric cars all at once.
State power grid operators are telling residents to “relieve pressure” from the grid by charging their EVs at off-peak hours. Newsweek wrote.
Twice last week the California Independent System Operator (ISO) told residents to save voluntary energy, including asking to pay for their EVs at specific non -peak hours. The ISO also recommends “avoiding the use of multiple appliances and turning off excessive lights,” according to the report.
– California ISO (@California_ISO) June 18, 2021
The state’s Flex Alert Twitter account posted on June 18: “Now is the perfect time to wash. Remember to use basic equipment, charging cars and devices before #FlexAlert starts at 6pm tonight. ”
Despite the fact that the state as hell moved the conversion of all its residents to EVs, Patty Monahan, the California Energy Commission’s lead transportation commissioner, said when Residents choosing to charge their vehicles can be crucial “in keeping the power grid balanced”. – READ MORE
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