Audio notation. Science Six, Episode 56: The 2035 Blackout?
energy. Are you also worried about power outages? We know that fossil fuel reserves are slowly being depleted. So, with the rapid electrification of the vehicle fleet and the ever-increasing use of electricity, will there really be enough current for all of us in the future to move, but also to warm ourselves, to illuminate us? Connect with us?
your 55NS Episode 6 Science Science Podcast subordinate Science and the future NS 20 minutes It tells you all about the energy problems that affect our daily life. At the microphone, Loic Chauveau, a journalist specializing in nature and environmental issues at science and the future, Answers Romain Gouloumès’ questions about 20 minutes. Questions, for example, that are regularly asked of the operators of the electricity transmission system. That is, will it be possible to save electricity during the upcoming big seasonal races, imagine that almost everyone is in an electric car?
According to the non-governmental organization Transportation and Environment (T&E)One million electric vehicles should also be reached this year, to exceed 3.3 million in 2025 and reach 6.7 million in 2030. next to electric power transmission network (RTE), The company responsible for the high voltage distribution network questioned by Loïc Chauveau, the answer is: “Don’t panic”. Even on Bison Futé-ranked black party days, production would be more than enough to meet the needs of millions of cars, even if they were all recharged at the same time! However, it remains to be seen whether the automakers will be able to keep up with demand.
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