Tribrid Renewable Energy Charging System for Electric Cars

  • Bhalshankar* U
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Vehicles which run on fossil fuel are the most polluting grids in the world. Electric vehicles (EVs) are invented to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Hybrid electric cars are considered as clean and green source of driving. Just switching to renewable energy based hybrid electric vehicles for manufacturing would slash emissions by 65 per cent, according to Transport & Environment. Due to integration of various factors, like environmental concerns, very high prices of oil and the potential for peak oil, need to develop much clean alternative fuels and high end power systems for automobile has become a top priority for all governments around the word as well as vehicle manufacturers around the world. Tribrid Renewable Energy charging system for electric vehicles is an idea for the generation of electric power for EVs using integrated photovoltaic cells, micro wind turbines and piezoelectric system to electric power pistons. This Tribrid Renewable Energy charging system for electric vehicles is advanced technologies and efficient uses of them are reviewed in a comparative way and the same are presented in this paper. Along with this the recent trends in research and development for the advancement in technology of optimum energy utilization systems for future security of energy is presented.




Bhalshankar*, urekha S., & Bhalshankar, S. S. (2020). Tribrid Renewable Energy Charging System for Electric Cars. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(5), 1151–1154.

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