Note that in this interview with the director of the "Joint Center for Energy Storage Research", EV's are a done deal, not a personal choice. These reckless fools think they will make us go mostly renewables, yet they have no way to store it. So the dirty little secret comes out, i.e., that WE will have to change. Translation: You won't just drive your vehicle anytime and anywhere in the future, peasants.
Would people, in your imagination at least, have to change their lives in some way to get to a carbon-neutral electric grid?
Yeah. And I think it's - you used the word have to change. It may be that it's not a choice. We're going to go to EVs, for example, and the vision is that we'll have 100% EVs by some date - 2035, 2050. And that will change the way that we drive. Our driving habits will not be the same. We haven't gotten serious about those cultural changes and lifestyle changes yet. We haven't had to. But I think they will come, for sure.