Different EV charge hubs cater to different use cases, be it fleet, workplace, public, hotels, restaurants. At VOLTRAN, we built a flexible, highly customizable solution to cater to various use cases.
VOLTRAN provides EV infrastructure management for passenger fleets, delivery fleets, municipal fleets of all sizes.
VOLTRAN offers most frictionless public charging experience for both site hosts and EV drivers.
Lots of EV drivers rely on workplace EV chargers to stay charged. VOLTRAN provides solutions for workplace EV charging.
Intercity travelers depend on EV charging in hotels to stay fully charged. VOLTRAN provides custom solutions for hotels
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Electric Vehicle Charge Hub Solution
We built a state-of-art CMS solution to manage charge hubs across various scenarios. We can configure the solution to suit your needs
We have built a highly customizable APP to cater to varied needs of the charge hubs owners. We can provide role based views.
Turn Key Solution
With a strong partner network, we provide the entire turn key solution from installing, commissioning to training workforce
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A typical EV will charge fully overnight. The Mahindra e2o EV hatchback charges in 5 hours. The Hero Electric E Sprint electric scooter charges in 8 hours. Technology is changing constantly and with new battery technology comes faster charging times. Not in a distant future, we can fully charge an EV vehicle within 20-30 mins.
Current industry standard is CCS2 gun. All chargers have CCS-2 gun installed and also all vehicles have provision for CCS2 charging. At Voltran, we have 12 guns, all of CCS2 type. As CCS2 is the industry standard now, you can charge any car using VOLTRAN chargers.
Cost for charging vehicle depends on multiple parameters like electricity rates in the area where you are charging, type of charger and amount of charge. To fully charge TATA NEXON, it costs around 600 rupees. This translates to around 2 rupees per kilometer.
You can search for VOLTRAN in Google Maps to find the VOLTRAN charging station location. If you need location of other chargers, you can just type EV chargers in Google. You will find a list of chargers along with the distance from your current location.
The main reason why lithium ion batteries are expensive is because they are very complicated. It takes considerable amount of effort to produce a single lithium ion cell. Both the chemistries and manufacturing conditions must be absolutely precise. So in order for the costs to come down, people have to buy more electric vehicles and create more demand. This will lead to more manufacturing and lowering of prices. The cost of EV batteries is dropping off quiet rapidly. In the next 4 years, EV vehicles reach price parity with oil vehicles.
For all the energy required to propel a vehicle, not all of it makes it to the wheels. Some of it is lost to friction and heat. Vehicle inefficiency can be classified into two categories of losses: road-load and energy conversion. In an electric vehicle, chemical energy is stored in a battery. Lithium-ion batteries are used in EV's because of high energy density. Converting the chemical energy to free electrons (electrical energy) can be greater than 80% efficient – some energy is lost to heat in cells and other battery pack components such as current conductors and fuses. Overall, drive efficiency of an EV more than 80% - almost three times more efficient than an internal combustion powered vehicle. When you compare this to Internal Combustion Engine vehicles, chemical energy is stored as gasoline in a conventional vehicle. Combustion is used to convert the chemical energy into thermal energy. Pistons convert the thermal energy to the mechanical work that turns the wheels. The conversion process is, at best, 35% efficient. The majority of the energy stored in the gasoline is lost as heat.
Hydrogen vehicles are definitely the car of the future. Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) are EVs but instead of getting their electricity from batteries charged from the grid, they get their power from fuel cells using hydrogen as energy carrier. Reliable and steady source of hydrogen will have to be a hydrogen pipeline coming from hydrogen purifier company. It will take billions of rupees of investment and a long time for all local petrol stations to have a hydrogen pump. With plug-in EVs, the infrastructure is already in place, the electric grid.