The Future of Electric Cars for Pollution Control in India

Electric Car For Polution Control

For the last several decades, the number of vehicles in the big metros of the country is increasing ever increasing. As a result, people of these cities are being hit by pollution and are facing many horrific diseases. Along with the rising prices of diesel and petrol, the common man is getting disturbed and the excessive amount of foreign exchange is being eroded.

The concern of scientists is always increasing to deal with these problems. To prevent this, we are imagining a car that does not have silencer, running from the electricity, instead of the petrol pump, become the charging station of the battery, the way we charge our mobile. How much fun will come when these cars will start galloping on the streets, the smoke will not rise and pollution will not be discussed. Many cars companies engaged in the effort to realize this dream. If we were to run half of the vehicles running on the roads, electricity would not be sound pollution nor air pollution. With this effort big metros will be transformed.

The electric car was discovered in the year 1830, but it was not proven until the rechargeable battery was built in the year 1859. By the year 1912, about 50 companies were producing 34,000 electric cars. As soon as the electric motor started, the cost of fuel was reduced and there was a crisis on the electric car industry. The oil crisis once again forced the car companies to bend over the electric car in the 1970s, but its high cost became a major obstacle. The large cost of this car made manufacturers almost impossible to sell in the market with profits.

Oil and fuel prices fell somewhat in the 1980s and pollution-resistant machines also came in, so that electric cars did not progress. It has also been observed that fuel-powered cars were highly polluting the atmosphere, which was a matter of concern for government and car manufacturers. Major changes came in the 1990s When the new batteries came in the market, which increased the efficiency of electric cars.

Tech of electric cars

Electric cars are based on very simple techniques. Just as we recharge the batteries of our mobile and laptop, the battery of the electric car is also recharged. Energy is stored in the battery with the help of electricity in BEV i.e. battery electric vehicle. Its battery powered by the energy of this battery, which rotates the wheel of this vehicle. When the energy of this battery diminishes or becomes impaired, it has to be recharged again.

Problems

Gasoline cars are cheaper than electric cars. The main reason for this is that batteries have more value. American and British car buyers are not ready to pay more for the electric car. For this reason, large-scale gasoline cars do not change towards electric cars. The second big problem is its battery. The majority of the operating expense of a battery vehicle comes in the maintenance and replacement of the battery pack. Batteries are expensive in electric cars and after one time they have to change. Once the battery charged, they can set a limited distance, then it needs to be recharged for a long time.

Research and development

For this purpose, German companies have spent record money on Research and Development (R & D). According to a report, German companies spent 62.4 billion euros on research and development in the past year. In order to improve the new technology and functionality, the most money in the research is the car industry. Mercedes, BMW and Volkswagen spent 21.7 billion euros on research and development. The Strefferbrand’s Georgette Stank says you have to keep in mind that the face of the automotive industry is a very big challenge.

Electric mobility and self-driving cars are not new things, but competition has taken place at international level and there is a pressure on the car industry to stay in the competition. Claiming that electric and automobile cars will soon change the face of the world as well. Tesla, Apple and Google have made huge investments in the electric and automobile cars.

Mercedes has claimed that it will launch several cars named Mbeck 6 which can run up to 500 kilometers. On the lines of Tesla, Hyundai, the country’s second largest passenger car maker, also committed to releasing the electric car market. They claim that they will run 500 kilometers in single charge. The car maker Nissan has announced that it will soon introduce its electric car leaf. It will launch the company with e-Pedal. E-Pedal is such a technology that drivers get speed through the pedal.

The way forward for the development programs of electric vehicles in India has become easier now. Last month, the country’s three top cars and SUV manufacturer companies have signed an agreement to build electric and hybrid cars. Fully electric cars or hybrid cars are both practical and affordable considering the current time, but their development is a bit expensive. The total cost of the electric car is only half the cost of the battery.

India’s most affordable SUV maker, Mahindra has introduced its electric car, Rewa E2O. It believed that it is the world’s cheapest electric car. The speed of Mahindra Rewa E2O is 80 kilometers per hour. And this car can carry 100 kilometers in a charge. This car can be charged in five hours with a common electrical connection.

The Government of India plans to make the country a 100 percent electric vehicle nation by 2030 Under the proposed scheme, people will be able to purchase vehicles from the fuel saved by the use of expensive fuel such as petrol and diesel. The government is also working on the plan to provide electric cars on zero-down payment.

Electric car is 80 percent more efficient than gasoline. The electric car is completely green car, sometimes it called ZEVs (Zero Emmission Vehicle). These carbon dioxide also leave almost no equal. If the plans for electric cars in India succeed, then it will bring an unpredictable fall in air pollution and the consumption of our diesel and petrol will also be reduced. This will increase the foreign exchange reserves of our country.

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