I just don't really get this huge push into electric vehicles. A vast majority of the electricity (at least in the US) is produced by burning fossil fuels. This means that we really aren't saving anything regarding emissions. So then the argument becomes eliminating the fossil fuel use. What do I say to that? Natural ways (hydroelectric dams, wind mills, and solar) just aren't efficient enough to produce what we need now. It'll be even worse if everyone needs to charge their car constantly. Are we going to cover every square inch of the planet with solar panels? That may work in places like California, but not in places like New York. And wind mills on every hill or in every field? That won't work either as the wind doesn't always blow. How about we put a dam on every river? Perhaps that would work in New York but not in Georgia where they're still experiencing massive droughts that have reservoirs 15 feet or more below normal. And that's beyond the huge environmental impact any of these extreme solutions would have. And the last option is moving to all nuclear production. There are a lot of issues with that as well. Most people don't consider the fact that there is a limit to the usefulness of those fuel rods. And once they are spent, they are still so highly radioactive that they are a danger to humans.
I don't have the answer, but moving the emissions from one place to another certainly isn't the answer either. This company has solved the speed issue with electricity, but that's it. It's not a long term solution to save the planet.