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Charge controller business opportunities in EVs

Charge control is a technology that lets an electric utility control, in real time, the charging of a griddable (plug-in) vehicle, such as a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) or a battery electric vehicle (BEV). Through charge control, the utility is able to postpone charging of the vehicle during time of peak demand.

 

For example if you want […]

By |January 21st, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Inverter, power converter business opportunities in EVs

The market for electric vehicle inverters, including converters, for both hybrid and pure electric vehicles, will grow to $18 billion in 2023 as forecasted in an IDTechEx report.

 

DC to DC converter is a category of power converters and it is an electric circuit which converts a source of direct current (DC) from one voltage level […]

By |January 21st, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Solar panels over car parks for electric vehicle charging

Parking spots with roofs are heavily sought-out by electric vehicle charging station providers not just for a shade, but more. They provide an avenue to install solar panels over the roof potentially making the charger independent of the grid. This also balances peak hour energy demand by EVs and decentralizes solar powered EV charging. Here are […]

By |January 21st, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Solar power, electric vehicles and vehicle to grid (V2G) technology

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Storing distributed, rooftop solar power in EV batteries

Renewable energy power plants are mostly connected to the grid and is supplied as per demand. At times, when the power generated is more than the demand the energy produced would have to be stored to compensate with the heavy grid demands at peak times. This calls for the use of batteries as stationary storage units.

Electric […]

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Using batteries to store solar power for peak time use

With the number of electric vehicles on the road increasing, the demand for electricity to charge them would spike exponentially too. While electric mobility is largely centered around cities, there arises a problem at certain periods of the day when industrial and residential electricity demand is the highest. Charging electric vehicles at these times would overwhelm the […]

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Charging electric vehicles using residential rooftop solar power plants

 

Ossiaco’s ‘Dcbel’ is a bi-directional home EV charger which allows V2X charging during blackouts and emergencies. In addition the charger also integrates any available solar panel installation into the charging system to power the vehicle creating a complete backup system during emergencies while fast charging an EV during normal days.

The seamless integration provided by […]

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Remote charging EV batteries from solar power plants

Researchers at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia created an algorithm that can theoretically turn electric boats into small renewable power plants. They tested the algorithm with a microgrid in their lab, using four 6-volt gel batteries connected in a 24-V series as a stand-in for a boat. 

In their experiment, they […]

By |January 21st, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Solar panels on electric vehicles for charging on the go

Charging Electric Vehicles by solar power seems farfetched because of the high power requirements of a battery and the large space for a solar panel. It is generally assumed that the vehicle must be held-up  stationarily for long hours to be charged from solar panels. But that is not the case so far. It is […]

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Rooftop solar power for EV charging stations – distributed solar + EV

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