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There is a boom of electric Cars in India for the year of 2019– The increasing demand for Electric Vehicle in World has attracted Indians as well to check out the new option. The government is working to take in electric cars to India and implement it by 2032, though it looks like India will need more time to adjust to this change. Electric cars and Hybrid cars are the talks of town not only because of reduced emissions but also they provide the owner status in society, that of one conscious of the environment, a green crusader of sorts. If you want to know more information about the Electric and Hybrid Vehicles expected In 2019, then visit here: https://www.trendingcar.com/blog/upcoming-electric-cars-in-india.html
Russian and Chinese scientists have cooperated to increase the capacity of lithium-ion batteries by 15%. According to foreign media reports, lithium-ion batteries are widely used in mobile phones, laptops, pacemakers and electric vehicles. Now scientists are trying to increase battery power while reducing battery size. Russian and Chinese scientists, together with an industrial partner, formed a team that successfully increased the battery's energy capacity by 15%. This time, scientists have successfully improved the efficiency of batteries by adding solid electrolytes to their cathodes. The solid electrolyte was synthesized by a graduate student at St. Petersburg's Peter the Great Polytechnic University (SPbPU). Compared with liquid electrolyte, the researchers have successfully used solid electrolyte to increase battery capacity by 15%, which also helps to reduce the weight of the whole product. The battery test was carried out in the laboratory. The battery samples were developed by Joint Innovation Center "Science - Technologies" of ENV, which was founded by China in cooperation with Peter the Great Polytechnic University in St. Petersburg. This news has taken a reassuring pill for the domestic new energy industry, consumers and spare parts enterprises. Feilongjiangli, as one of the components supplying flat electronic pump and temperature control module for new energy vehicles, hopes to make a breakthrough in the whole industry.
In 2020, more than half of Beijing public transport electric vehicles The 2018 Meeting of Urban Passenger Transport Branch of China Road Transport Association and the Bus Development Summit Forum for the 40th Anniversary of Reform and Opening-up were held in Beijing. Reporters learned from the meeting that it is expected that by 2020, all Beijing buses will use new and clean energy. Electrically driven buses will exceed 50% of the total number of buses. Electrically driven buses in the main urban areas and urban sub-centers will all be electric-driven. Xu Zhengxiang, head of the Department of Strategic and Reform and Development of Beijing Bus Group, said that the Group vigorously promoted the development of new energy and clean energy-driven vehicles. In the new purchases of vehicles this year and next, electric-driven buses accounted for 90 percent. According to the plan, by 2020, all the vehicles of Beijing public transport group will realize new energy and clean energy. As one of the five municipalities directly under the central government, Chongqing will also gradually realize new energy and clean energy travel. Feilong Jiangli, as a component supplier of new energy vehicles, will contribute to new energy and clean energy travel.
According to foreign media reports, data from the International Energy Agency show that although the number of motor vehicles on the road is increasing rapidly as the population expands and people become richer, the demand for oil for automobiles will peak in the next seven years. Since the launch of the first Ford T in 1908, the relationship between cars and oil has changed the world. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the popularity of electric vehicles and fuel-efficient vehicles offset the increase in the number of car owners in emerging markets, and the fuel consumption of cars will reach the upper limit by 2025.