In recent years, many existing automobile manufacturers and new dedicated companies have put a remarkable effort in transforming the conventional vehicle into an Electric Vehicle that provides green and reliable solution. In terms of market share, EV demand is raising. It starts replacing conventional vehicle In USA, Europe and Asia. With revolutionized perspective and competitive price (Entry range), EV is a smart choice for any end user, however, an extra effort is required to enhance the range of autonomy and vary applications. Mobility is going to change rapidly in the coming years as electric vehicles (EV) proliferate, ride sharing continues to grow, and eventually autonomous vehicles (AV) enter urban fleets. This is especially true in cities where new forms of mobility are concentrated and where investment in supporting infrastructure is needed to accommodate this growth. These changes coincide with the evolution towards cleaner, more decentralized and digitalized energy systems and services, and increasing electrification. Today, public- and private-sector stakeholders deploy policy, infrastructure and business models based largely on current patterns of mobility and vehicle ownership. The uptake of privately owned EVs is encouraged, while business models for charging stations vary, as they are deployed or operated by a range of players – public agencies, car manufacturers, energy companies and pure players. Scrapping schemes and retrofitting are steps to rapidly improving air quality, health and mitigating the environmental impact in India. Retrofitting older diesel vehicles with systems that reduce exhaust emissions is a viable solution to today’s air pollution challenge. Converting existing petrol/diesel vehicles into pure electric vehicle can reduce emissions up to 50%. The engine and rest of the drive train components constituting power unit of conventional car can be replaced with simple motor-controller and battery unit. Now the retrofitted electric vehicle will have approx. 20 moving parts only as compare to conventional car having approx. 2000 moving parts. Conventional car having a mileage of 18.9 kmpl driven for 80 km will result in expense of 307.7 rupees approx. At the same time retrofitted car having a range of 80 km per charge will cost around 39.6 rupees for charging. The main advantage of converted EV will be zero emission during operation. The minimal emission will be there in EV because of power generation for charging the battery. Whereas conventional car constitutes emission during fuel production and operation.
EV demand is raising