We've traveled from southwest Colorado to southern California several times a year for the past 30 years and have seen tens of thousands of acres of land along Interstate 8 gobbled up for windmills and solar farms. Yet, these technologies produce less than 10% of our current power needs. Were these acres used for subsidized housing, there would be a hue and cry from environmentalists that they were a blight on the landscape. As states as well as the EPA continue to force power companies to buy energy produced by alternative means, our power bills continue to increase. As owners of multifamily rental property, we have to provide the space and infrastructure for a charging station if requested by a tenant. While the tenant actually has to pay for the charging station, we have to make the accommodations.
BTW, the Tesla is a great looking car. In fact, there was a company buying Tesla body shells from Musk and retro-fitting Corvette running gear!
If you don't go first class, your heirs will!