California's grid has EV issues

California energy authorities warned citizens this month to prepare for possible blackouts as the state's electrical infrastructure confronts capacity restrictions.

Since California has pledged to phasing out all new gas-powered automobiles by 2035, EV charging might overburden the electric grid.

Sacramento authorities say California's grid might suffer a 1,700-megawatt shortage this summer, affecting 1 million to 4 million people.

Extreme heat and fire damage to existing power cables might add 5,000 megawatts to that shortage.

California aims to remove its electricity system of all carbon sources by 2045.

The state is the nation's leading generator of solar, geothermal, and biomass energy, accounting for more than 30% of its energy.

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