Current environmental concerns are driving the world towards the development of hybrid and electric vehicles to replace traditional internal combustion engine vehicles. The widespread adoption of plug-in electric vehicles (EV) will improve the air quality. However, Electric Vehicle is a new type of load for the grid. The existing grid was not designed for this new type/pattern of load, which corresponds to the battery charging systems of Electric Vehicles. Undeniably, with the advent of V2G and G2V, electric vehicles can actively promote the development of smart grid through two-way communication. Therefore, this FDP is investigating how electric vehicles can achieve a sustainable energy future, since electric vehicle batteries offer an untapped opportunity to store electricity from renewable sources
The goal of this FDP is to unite the faculty and researchers around the country to discuss latest trends & technology available on Electric vehicles to achieve sustainable energy. The FDP will provide the opportunities to flourish the knowledge and pursue research in these areas. Each session is enriched with the well-experienced resource person who has great skill set in this research area.