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Structural Design and Harnessing for Electric vehicle Review

March, 2023

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DOI: 10.1109/icees57979.2023.10110190 move

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The purpose of the article is to develop a B2B two-wheeler vehicle that is only used for delivery and can save fuel costs. Byproducts from fossil fuel-powered cars include harmful greenhouse gases, which pollute the air and flood the environment. Consequently, choosing an electric vehicle has no emissions, leaves a reduced carbon footprint, and ultimately helps the environment. A further assurance that no CO2 is released during any stage of vehicle usage is provided by using renewable energy to charge EVs from sources like solar, etc. Given the rising price of gasoline, electric cars are both immediately and in the long run much more inexpensive than ICE cars. The average cost of operating a fuel-powered car is between Rs. 10 and Rs. 15 per km. For the same route, an electric car costs between Rs. 1.2 and Rs. 1.5, depending on the current cost of electricity