I think the term you are looking for is energy density. Oil products, such as naphtha and diesel still have the highest energy density outside of nuclear hands down. It's not hard to go full renewable, the problem is what you do when wind is not blowing at night and everyone is charging their electric vehicles, you get a Texas 2021.Thats precisely the point, you know what has an energy payback of zero days? Oil...
You cant expect to convert the entire world to renewable sources with energy paybacks orders of magnitude worse than the low hanging fruit of crude oil and think the modern global system built around it wont be negatively impacted to say the least.
Nevermind the fact that the world is nowhere near or even close to reaching majority renewables anytime this decade or the next, and its proven that petroleum production globally is, has been, and will confinue to be on the decline at the very same time renewables arent ramping up fast enough to cover and you seem to be bragging about a 2 year energy payback like its some good thing all the while expecting the global system to largely remain business as usual?
There also isn't enough lithium in the world to store power to replace all the billions of cars, trains, ships, trucks and planes.