With the innovation of wireless electric vehicle charging system by Sagar Kumar and Rohit Rajbhar, electric vehicles will be charged while driving.
They said that electric vehicles are circulating on the roads to preserve the environment, but due to the limited number of charging stations, the vehicles cannot travel long distances. People are facing many problems because of this.
Sagar said for this system, towers will be erected on the side of the road and a receiver will be placed in the car. As soon as the car comes within range of the tower, the car battery will start charging. Although the range of the receiver is too short, work is underway to improve its speed. It’s like a wireless mobile charger.
The proposal was sent to NITI Aayog, which provided financial assistance of Rs 20,000.
“We had thought about the idea of a wireless electric vehicle charging system a long time ago, but we were having difficulty because we weren’t getting help from any side,” Rohit said.
“But when we contacted the Community Innovation Center of Atal, our project was selected and we got funds and a laboratory to make a prototype, thanks to which the work is done easily,” added Rohit.
MIET Vice President Puneet Agarwal said: “Our college (in Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh) is home to Atal Community Innovation Center where students can innovate. possible help for their ideas.”
Mahadev Pandey, a senior scientist at the Regional Center for Science and Technology, said the technique works on an electromagnetic force system.
A very good innovation has been made in the public interest, he added. This technique can be a partner in the development of the country, provided that its range is valued, he said.