Electrical car/bus Charging stations using ATmega328
Satyajit Chavhan, Rushikesh Patil, Sanket Dange, Rushikesh Khadke, Ansar Mulani
Electric Vehicle, Charging Station, Charging Time, Range, Hybrid Electric Vehicle.
This report discusses about the potential need for electric vehicles (EV), charging station (CS) infrastructure and its challenges for the Indian scenario. With increase in liberalization, privatization and expansion of distributed and renewable power generation of Indian electricity market, transmission and distribution, as well as market processes related to the allocation of energy and energy mix are undergoing an evolutionary development with improved efficiency and reliability. The main challenges in adoption of EV there are 4 reasons. First are insufficient charging stations second being long charging time third is high initial cost and fourth is limited range. Making India an all-EV market by 2040 also ushers in incentives for the development of EVs like the Faster Adoption & Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles (FAME) Scheme in 2015 to incentivize manufacturing of Eco-friendly vehicles including Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV). This paper is focused on providing an overall picture of the modern Electric Vehicle scenario and areas for further growth.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2

Page(s): 178 - 182
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