Critical times give you an ability to think differently and act out of your box, as petrol and diesel rates are touching the sky, so it is essential to shift to electric vehicles for our safety and benefits. A small step leads to a big success, to make India a pollution-free country electric vehicles are playing a vital role in that. People have started purchasing electric vehicles, they slowly begin their trust in electric cars and they are also serving a healthy environment for themselves.
This is like a boost to our infrastructure, as well as the automobile industry, as it provides a great advancement in technology to work with electricity. Every coin has two sides, similarly, there were many cons, what if the battery charging is shut during the road, what if the battery is overheated, what if the charging is taking too much time, and many more, but in their defense, OEMs came up with a solution, as if the battery is overheated, the car automatically switches off and we can use coolant for battery, and if the battery’s life is low then, there were around 800 new charging stations across the national highways, which will be set up by Convergence Energy Services Ltd (CESL) through which one can easily charge the vehicle and drive easily.
This is a huge step for the electric vehicles as there were 800 new charging stations 16 highways and expressways which will be covering 10,275 kilometers across the country, this will boost the infrastructure as well as support the electric cars to run on the road. In their great achievement, EVI Technologies play a vital role as they are providing facilities to check on electric cars to run on the highways. They are provided with an opportunity to install chargers and help our government to make our country pollution free and give a new phase to it.
According to CESL, electric vehicle charging stations will be for both sector private as well as commercial vehicles. These stations not only charge electric cars but electric buses also; these EV chargers will be set up at 590 locations with a 50kW capacity. It will also set up 220 chargers with 100kW capacity every 100 Kms. These all-EV chargers will be set up every 25km on highways and expressways. Opening such a huge amount of charging stations, will also attract foreign car brands to come to India and start their business in India, just like recently automobiles companies Skoda, Volkswagen, Toyota, and many more companies have started manufacturing electric vehicles, which have a great response as well.
According to CESL, the EV charging stations will be established along the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, Ahmedabad-Vadodara Highway, Delhi-Agra Yamuna Expressway, Eastern Peripheral Expressway, Hyderabad ORR Expressway, and Agra-Nagpur Highway among others. These all routes are pre-checked and analyzed by them and trail run on Delhi-Agra Yamuna Expressway has been already done and on Delhi, Jaipur trails planned to start in next month with involvement of EVI Technologies like Tech companies.
Electric vehicles are of future cars; they are slowly gaining their position as similar to petrol and diesel vehicles, but in their competition, there were hybrid cars which run on electric as well as petrol, this technology puts the customer in a dilemma to what to choose, as hybrid vehicle have good mileage whereas electric vehicles have mileage but just to know how much does it takes to run when its charged, as they run on electricity. Hence, electric vehicles are the only technology that will be remaining endless, as in the future the natural resources have a shortage, then only electric vehicles will be run on the roads.