Electric vehicles (EV) are without a doubt one of today’s engineering miracles. They do, however, have one drawback: their lithium-ion batteries take a long time to charge.
On level two chargers, cars can take up to one hour and up to eight hours to charge completely. This can be an issue for EV owners & drivers.
Electric vehicle battery manufacturers are working hard to reduce this time. In the past, We’ve seen studies on using AI and machine learning to speed up this process, and we’ve even seen NASA technology appear in EV chargers.
Despite numerous advancements, EV charging remains slow, and chargers are few. Because many individuals do not own EVs yet, public charging facilities are few & far apart.
What can be done about it? According to a new Tech Space video, China may have discovered the solution.
What technologies has the country created to make electric vehicles more viable? How far has it progressed? What are the possibilities that it will be introduced in other nations soon? This video provides solutions to all of these topics and more.