There is some worry, not just from right wing pundits, but from others that a green energy revolution may be difficult. One big concern is the chemicals needed in batteries for cars and utility power storage; the mining and so forth.
I still think we should migrate more to public transit which can function without batteries. Seattle's trolley bus system, for instance. Electricity fed direct from overhead lines.
More compact city planning, more transit, walking and bicycling is needed.
Electrification is better than fossil fuels, but the transition may not be as easy as some folks think.
Heat pumps can save lots of energy for buildings. They are better than regular electric heating, but smaller homes are a virtue as well.
We need to think beyond just sitting back and expecting that battery technology will do it all for us in just the next two decades or so. That's a tall order.