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Discussion in 'Energy, Environment, and Policy' started by SageBrush, Aug 7, 2017.
Haha.... sadly, expected.
The more competition the better.
1.5 million Teslas per hour capacity, very cool! I would finally be able to move to the good part of town with sales anywhere near that...
I believe this was precisely the purpose of the Master Plan.
That's right up there with a paragraph I read just today (though the article is from July 12):
...from a normally reputable newspaper, the Albany (N.Y.) Times Union
Crossgates getting large Tesla supercharging station
Funny that a bunch of people completely missed your point.
I noticed, but forum regulars are sensitized to criticism and trolling so they expect the worse.
LOL....I didn't even notice. We see what we want to see I guess! 120GW per hour, so we're all set then.
Saw the same thing last week in a Philly article about our Navy Yard business complex installing "one million kilowatts" in the form of 1200 solar panels.
Well in the German's defense, 34 Wh of batteries is enough to build a dozen of what they refer to as plug-in hybrids there.
It bad when a Toyota Prius Prime can dust you in All Electric Range. Even a freakin' CT6 Caddy goes 30 miles easy.
Now that is a big panel.