You do not understand the enormity of the problem. I have seen solar panels (backed up by batteries) offering electrical power in the field. But this gets us a tiny way on the way to making so-called "renewables" and for that matter "EVs".
To make renewables and EVs, we first have to mine materials, around the world, and ship them to factories (which need to be built as well). Then we need huge amounts of heat, to smelt metals that are needed and to process materials like rare earth minerals. Then we have to build and ship the devices, plus the electrical transmission lines needed to make the whole system to work.
I challenge anyone to get even a little step of the way on this whole long process, using only renewable energy. There are some very flawed studies suggesting that "renewables" generate huge "net energy." This is not sufficient to solve the problem. Renewables have to pay back not only the fossil fuel energy embedded in them, but the many other costs, including human energy, and financing costs--also costs of mitigating intermittency with batteries.