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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 1682-1691


Tarun. G, Dr. Murugan Ramu.


The need for shift to Electric Vehicles of all types emerged when the people around the world came into acceptance with the fact that conventional source of fuel for motors that have been used since the dawn of time are running out and the polluting effects it have on the atmosphere aren't worth what it offers to trade and commerce for people. With the development in technology, through the invention of renewable electric motors for vehicles, we have achieved what was once thought to be impossible, to have a vehicle that runs on a fuel source that isn't a conventional fuel source. However, the new problem in society has emerged, to enable the complete shift from conventional source of energy to EV run motors. The method of harnessing electricity as the source of fuel isn't a cheap task. It takes all out of technology and infrastructure to support it as the primary source, the very infrastructure that is not available even in developed nations, something what centuries of complete dependence on conventional fuel does to a nation and its economy. Nations have to accept it aint a cheap and easy, but if they put out the herculean feat, it enables the future generations to enjoy a self sustaining society, for a nation like India, complete shift to EV motor is more of luxury it certainly afford at the present, however, if it initiates the process now, it may certainly see itself among a membership of nations running a clearer source of fuel and electricity.

Key words: Electric Vehicle, Electricity, Cleaner Fuel, Nuclear Power, Hybrids

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