Electric Cars Are ESG...Especially When the Power Goes Out!
Governor Gavin Newsom issues executive order requiring that all new vehicles sold in California be zero-emission by 2035...also urges Californians to limit electricity usage
Now is a great time to go electric, especially if you live in California! If you’ve got a spare $60K lying around, buy an electric car, because electric cars are ESG — especially when the power goes out! And if you already have an electric vehicle, go ahead and put that sucker on the charger ASAP! You might just help glitch out the matrix!
You’ve probably heard that California governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order requiring all new vehicles sold in the state to be zero-emissions (a.k.a, electric) by 2035. You know, to stop the climate from changing and all that.
Elsewhere in the
Golden Gilded State this week, California’s power grid operator declared a stage 3 energy emergency alert and warned that rolling blackouts were possible. Apparently, the hot Labor-Day weekend overloaded the power grid, and according to Fox Business News, “some 67,000 Californians were without power Monday evening.”
Today, Governor Newsom asked Californians to limit their electricity usage until 9PM. He specifically advised that people avoid using large appliances. I wonder if electric vehicles count as “large appliances?”
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