Where I stay is relatively light density flats compared to alot of inner city areas. Blocks of 4 or 6 essentially. I'd estimate there are around 80-100 cars parked along our street over night whether parallel or in the proper bays. There was a suggestion a while ago about tapping power from lamp posts. This wouldn't even tickle the issue in our street given there are maybe 16 max. If there were designated bays for electric cars there would 100% be scraps in the street with folk hogging them all the time or others parking in them.
With current designs if you use a 3 pin socket from the house it will take somewhere between 18-22 hours to charge a car. Obviously superchargers will bring this down. The Porsche Taycan using a 2KW charger can hit 80% in 20 minutes now. The strain on the national grid will be crippling if everyone got home and plugged their cars in between 4-7 each night.
They are talking about testing hydrogen powered aircraft now, Bill Gates has also built a new super yacht which runs on it. So clearly he is looking down that route as the most viable current option. I agree it takes alot of energy to produce hydrogen fuel, but it can be done cleanly. There are a few folk dotted around the UK doing it just now.
Has anyone noticed if there is anything about banning LPG? Or has that fuel been totally forgotten about?