Even more "green" moonbattery

There must be something in the water in Delaware, gaffe-tastic Joe Biden's old stomping grounds, and it has nothing to do with fracking.  At FoxNews:

As the potential collapse of the United States Postal Service looms on the horizon, one Senate Democrat has proposed an unusual plan to solve the crisis.
 
Senator Tom Carper (D-DE) looks to harvest the electricity that windmill farms produce in order to power a new fleet of battery-operated postal delivery vehicles, replacing the previous '25 to 30 years old' 'dilapidated' vehicles.
 
The Senator admits the idea is “out there” but concludes that "we need to be thinking boldly, and the postal service needs to do that."
Remember this?
 
 
About a year ago, Brian Milligan drove a Mini Cooper Electric from London to Edinburgh in four days with nine stops for up to ten hours to recharge its batteries. A stage coach used to make the same journey in two days and two nights.
 
The USPS might want to go back to the future: