While in China last week, I kept my eyes open for EVs in traffic. Around Beijing, Tesla was the most often-seen, but there were others. I saw none around Chongqing. The most intriguing was the caravan of three electric buses, heading northward out of Beijing, loaded on trailers. We saw one charging station, and the supercharger site near our hotel seemed to stay busy. Our bus ICEd a charging station, but I saw no EVs around, and the cable appears to have been stationary for weeks, based on accumulated debris. Here's a closeup of a display. At dinner near the close of our trip, we sat near a group from Sweden. They were there to develop transmission systems into Western China to reach new coal-fired power plants, close to some large coal mines. One of their people said coal is still big, and growing, and there is little interest in solar. Wind is getting some traction, though, he indicated. On Saturday, the air quality in Beijing reached dangerous levels, causing breathing difficulty--and I don't have asthma. We all wore masks, since the air quality index exceeded 400 where we were. This is mostly because of coal-fired power plants, although the heavy traffic doesn't help. Apparently there's some hope that the new mayor, Cai Qi, will take steps to improve the air quality there.