West Bengal Power Minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay on Tuesday inaugurated a residential rooftop solution by Tata Power Solar, and said the demand for such products would grow with rising environmental awareness.
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The Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) announced on 28 Feb 2019 that it will set up a network of solar-based electric vehicles (SEVC) on the Delhi-Chandigarh highway. In an official statement, the company said, “The EV charging stations will be installed between the Delhi and Chandigarh at an interval of 250 km”.
EV Charging station in Netherlands! BHEL could be installing something similar! Each BHEL SEVC charging station will be equipped with a roofing solar power plant.
Never understood the fact why people make small EVs that can never charge itself and have to depend on the grid to charge itself… in a country where 60% of the population don’t have access to 24×7 electricity. Then say these things are not selling!
Or consider if there is war or emergency and the grid is down… how will millions of the then (year 2050) existing electric vehicles recharge?
On the other hand making the vehicle bigger can allow the vehicle to carry solar panels on the roof to charge itself and also protect the driver, battery and passengers in case of a crash. Bigger the vehicle safer it is in a crash. Always in a crash… the bigger vehicle wins!