Remember, to some facts don't matter if it goes against "feelings"Quotes from the link
"Some industry observers have suspected Sunak's announcement of a 2030 pushback as reflecting the very real possibility that the country's energy grid and the demands on it may not be ready to support the increase in EV usage, especially when energy costs have drastically increased in UK and elsewhere in Europe in the past few years. "
""Right now, it can take 14 years to build new grid infrastructure," he added."
Hello; No politics needed as there are real world practical reasons to justify such a delay. These things have been posted and discussed in other threads. Months to many weeks ago information was posted about new "green" energy projects (I think solar or wind) waiting in line to be connected to the existing grid. As I understand it some projects may have to wait for months or even years to be connected to the grid.
Part of physical reality surrounding such a massive change to a working energy & transportation system. Idealized concept faces reality. Had that happen to me a bit over three years ago. The edge of my driveway was cobbled and ugly. A previous owner has made some poorly constructed attempts to dress up the driveway edge. I decided to remove the mess and make a simple wall. Wound up taking three years of hard work on my part.
Hello; Your estimates of cost might not prove to be exact but are very likely in the ballpark. may even be a bit too low. I and others have posted many times about the timeline of the "green agenda" changes to our established energy & transport systems & infrastructure.Remember, to some facts don't matter if it goes against "feelings"
Your electric bill will have to quadruple to fund the upgrades in 20 years time. They have to septuple to do it in a decade and that is IF there is no push back from the ones pushing for all this but only if it is N.I.M.B.Y.