It is a comprehensive primer that gives conceptual understanding to the key modules of the EV/HEV industry.
Electric Vehicles as a product and EV as an industry needs new knowledge and new skills. They represent a paradigm shift in job structure. Some of the new job requirements in the industry can be brought down under the following categories:
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Electrical Engineers having Electrical CAD skills can design, develop, maintain, and improve electrical products and equipment. So they are eligible to get employment in a variety of engineering industries such as:
Driving range is based on the size as well as type of the installed battery, size of the vehicle or style of driving, along with several other factors. Comparatively, when a Mahindra e2o Plus may provide merely 110km with its little 11kWh power battery. On the other side of the spectrum, a 100kWh Tesla Model S is a beast and can effectively deliver an enormous 539km range with only one-time charge.
Tesla Roadster would take up a speed spike of 0-60 mph in unbelievably short duration of 1.9 seconds defeating Porsche 918 Spyder which takes 2.5 seconds to acquire the same speed. The reason for this QUICK start of Roadster can be accredited to its three electric motors powered drivetrain which produces enormous torque on the wheels stimulating QUICKSTART.
A smartphone with a small battery takes an hour to charge completely. But, an electric vehicle can acquire 90-95% charge in less than 30 minutes with rapid chargers. Not only this, with the world's fastest EV charger "Terra High Power DC fast charger," an EV could get 120 miles of charge in just 8 minutes. With this technology innovation, it is certain, that in future charging of electric cars would not be a problem.
The calculations have been performed assuming that both EV and petrol cars travel 60 km per day considering travel time equal six days a week. Here is the calculation for EVs Given, Electricity usage per Km (approx) = 0.12 unit Electricity consumed per day = 0.12*60 = 7.2 units. Cost of one unit of electricity = INR 5.35 (Approx.) The total cost of electricity used per day in an electric vehicle = 5.35*7.2 = INR 38.52 Monthly cost of consumption = 38.52*24 = INR 924.28 Here is the calculation for Petrol Cars: Given, Cost per km (approx.)= INR 5.1 Total cost of petrol used per day = 5.1 * 60 = 306 Monthly cost of consumption = 306*24 =INR 7344 The calculation showed above clearly established that using an electric vehicle is a more cost-efficient alternative considering the price of petrol.
An average electric car can travel up to 100 miles with a single charge. However, EVs such as Tesla Model S can go up to 300 miles when charged once. These numbers establish that with further evolution of technology, taking long drives with a single charge will not be a problem.
As per the statistics of European Climate Foundation, with the advent of electric cars employment will increase by 5,00,000 to 8, 50,000 by 2030. Also, reports estimates, that by 2050, 2 million additional jobs will be created by EVs. By replacing oil with electricity and batteries, significant employment growth is possible in enhancing power-generation and distribution, and in battery manufacturing, including battery-recycling. All in all, the growth and development of EV domain will foster career development as well.