what is wrong with the idea that there should be at least one or two DC Fast chargers no more than every 50 miles on all major highways and interstates? This has to happen if we’re ever going to transition the entire fleet to EVs.
I can't emphasize this enough. There is nothing wrong with wanting that. That is sensible and will probably happen. What is wrong, and why you are getting so much flak, is that you expect that to already exist right now, in the infancy stages of electric car deployment. Haven't you noticed that with most of the auto makers, it's just a huge pile of "coming soon" press releases of vehicles they plan to start selling in the future? And people still make fun of Tesla for being some tiny, dinky, insignificant player with 1 or 2 % of the car market, when they are the largest of this market in the world. It is still very very early in this market, so nothing wrong with what you want to eventually happen, but it is still definitely going to be some time in the future to get that kind of widespread infrastructure deployment.There's nothing wrong with that. But you are very early in the adoption curve on EV's,