Obraik: You don't recharge the entire car every night, only what you used. A Model 3 uses about 140wh/km and the typical daily journey for work is about 22km so you'd only need to regain 3.1kwh
You are not reading again, and more denial. I said every week. It doesnt matter if you top up every 5 minutes or every night or once a week, you are using 40kWh per week ( assuming a 40kwH usage for average weekly mileage)that were not used befire x 3.8 million. Where does all this electricity come from, thin air?
Plus the light trains plus the buses, plus the rest of Earth
40kWh is about one days power for a house in Winter, and this will be drawn from each EV, x 3.8 million, one day in the future when all cars are EV
The time actually does matter because if the charging is being done off peak then there's more power available for charging the cars. 40kWh per week is a pretty high average, considering as I said the average person would only use around 3.1kWh for their daily work travel. Assuming the worse case and they do that journey every day that's 21kWh per week.
Of course, we're not going to be clicking our fingers and swapping our 3.8million cars to EVs over night. This will be a gradual transition over the next few decades, which we can respond to by building the power stations that already have consent