Increasing urbanization has led to increased pollution and melting ice and rising heat on our planet. As a result, people globally have understood that we must follow companies and developments that promote environmentally friendly alternatives to transportation. One such vehicle is the electric car; it reduces pollution and reduces the carbon footprint of the transportation system. Electric cars are also cheaper to run than petrol-powered vehicles. Switching to electric cars would therefore help the environment and promote a sustainable lifestyle.
Electric cars are much cleaner than petrol or diesel powered vehicles. They do not emit any carbon dioxide when burned and release fewer greenhouse gases. Replacing gas cars with electric ones will therefore reduce the total pollution in the environment. Being able to use renewable energy sources such as wind power, solar power, hydropower to power electric cars also makes them even cleaner.
Electric vehicles (EVs) have great potential for the future and for sustainable transport. These are cars that run on electricity instead of fossil fuels. Experts predict that by 2030, a third of all vehicles used for urban transport will be electric.
But what needs to be done now to speed up the transition
- Expand the charging infrastructure
- Facilitate the expansion of charging stations
- Let companies collaborate to develop a customized software for smart charging of electric cars
A number of major international software manufacturers like chargepanel, wallbox, monta make it easier for companies to start up operations in electric car charging without having to develop everything from scratch themselves. These companies offer cloud-based platforms for electric car charging. Together with the charging station operators, this can speed up the transition to a fully electrified vehicle fleet.
Converting to a completely green electrified transport sector is an absolute necessity to cope with and reduce the ongoing global warming. Switching to electric cars does not only mean that we would slow down heating. Even we humans would be able to breathe cleaner air free from exhaust gases and sound and noise from engines would drop dramatically or disappear completely.