Don‘t worry, ICE will make a comeback when logic prevails and we realize our electrical grid can’t handle an EV in every driveway and all the windmills/solar panels in the world can’t possibly power them anyway. Our technology is just not there yet. Fuel cells will be the answer someday.
The thing is that you'd be wrong-there is not going to be an issue with charging BEVs long term. There isn't going to be this magically flipping a of a switch where millions of BEVs are added to the power grid over night and it crashes because of that.
The thing people never hear about that that is cryptocurrency mining power requirements are higher then what a typical BEV would put on the grid. They run 24/7, where as (if your where charging at home) it would happen during the evening/night when demand is less due to several factors, nor would you need to charge your car ever night.
https://www.virta.global/blog/myth-buster-electric-vehicles-will-overload-the-power-grid“Bitcoin mining operations are in an arms race between time, the volume of miners, and the efficiency of the machines they use,” said Joshua D. Rhodes of the Center on Global Energy Policy. “When it comes to Bitcoin’s energy use, it’s currently something of a ‘wildcatter’ market. The Texas grid operator ERCOT estimates that crypto miners may increase energy demand by up to 6 gigawatts by mid-2023, roughly the equivalent of adding another Houston to the grid.”