To the right-wing folks who are INCORRECTLY claiming greening the grid caused the power outages in Texas: YOU ARE WRONG!
Yes, I know, during the winter it can be rather nice to have milder and milder winters, but the long-term repercussions of disappearing winter are rather extreme and severe. These include, but are not limited to: Less snow, less moisture, less water, more parched forests, more forest fires and, of course, more death and severe economic costs as well.
I have long been very interested in the question of how much it (does not) matter(s) when one plugs one's electric vehicle in, especially if, like I do, I have the choice of plugging into a home rooftop solar system.
Many years ago, I wrote extensively on this web site/blog about the many intricacies and complexities of what I call "solar offset" charging of an electric vehicle vs. directly filling up with electricity that has been/is being produced directly by a (home rooftop) solar system connected to the same electrical box into which an EV charger and/or the wall-socket into which you're plugging your EV into.