Another link-baiting, FUDish headline from Motley Fool. Of course I did take the bait and read the article, which was fairly interesting: Would Half a Million Teslas Crash the Power Grid? (TSLA) I want to bring this up though: It sounds like the current electric grid could support hundreds of millions of electric vehicles in it's current state. I know that EV's are mostly charged at night, but what if a large number were charged during peak usage hours? Could we adopt mass scale solar charging for electric vehicles, for work and home, at the same timescale?