There is a growing movement from the lowest town and city level to the highest federal level to electrify your entire household. To achieve this, a number of obstacles have to be overcome. First is grid reliability. You don't want to have your electric car and every appliance in your house depend on an electric grid that can fail completely, as happened in Texas in 2021, or that is subject to rolling blackouts as happens frequently in California or is possible even in New England. Second is the cost of your electric bill if everything in your home is being powered by electricity. Finally there's the cost of purchasing all this expensive electric-powered equipment. Policymakers need to ask what will be the appetite for risk by homeowners to put all their eggs into one basket and trust the utilities to keep the power on? The infographic below illustrates some of these challenges.