Yeah, I think that's the biggest issue. If everyone does switch to EV, we surely don't have enough electricity for that. Chances are power companies will turn to coal since it's the cheapest and quickest to build. Isn't that what China has done?If more people are using electricity to drive are we not just going to require more electricity from these non-renewable resource electricity sources?
Though the other aspect is all the lithium needed to make these batteries currently. There isn't much of that either, so the focus really needs to be on innovative power storage to sustain this too. I believe there's been some advancements in solid-state batteries, but nothing proven yet.