Hello. First of all I just want to tell the Tesla developers that their technology is unique and fantastic! The engineers and programmers that work for Tesla is the technological future. I am so happy that this sort of technology finally has arrived after dozens of years with gas-driven cars.
And now: To my real question.
I know that Tesla is an 100% electrical car, what is good. But if the future cars should be electrical, how should the world produce enough electrical energy all over the world so that all of the Tesla owners can load up their vehicles.
Most car owners today have an diesel or gasoline driven car. Although there is enough oil in the earth and underneath the sea for every car in this world. But is it the same with electricity? If this world should be able to adapt to another set of fuel, the cost are enormous. Many persons in the oil business will in worst case lose their job. But as well as new employees will start the production of electrical cars, such as the Tesla model S/X.
We all know that the more people that purchases an electrical car, the better. But then we need to put more emphasis on power plants such as Nuclear activity, solar activity, hydro power and renewable power from windmills and such. If the world start betting on such activity the oil companies will collapse and the billions of petroleum driven cars will just rust and create a massive amount of junk and scrap metal.
My point is just that your idea is very very very good, but the consequences are there. Be careful on whether you choose to start mass production of the Tesla, or take the small steps and try adapt the world we live in slowly to a safer, healthier and better era without creating massive mistakes on the way.
(Sorry for some bad and hardly understandable English)