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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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A Review Of Electric Vehicles And Their Impacts On Grid

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Yiğitcan Bora, U.Bahadır Önen, Dr. Nurettin Umurkan



Electric Vehicles, Batteries, Charging Stations, Smart Grids



Nowadays with the population growth, utilization of public transport and individual vehicles in transportation network is increasing rapidly. Concordantly the usage of fossil fuel rates is going up. Fossil fuels are not only used in transportation sector in the same breath they are intensely used in energy production, buildings and industry sector. Effectively use of these resources cause harmful gases. Besides, adopted sustainable energy policy is obstructed by the reason of these resources’ exhaustible nature. More recently electric vehicles (EVs) come into prominence in order to preclude such concerns of conventional internal combustion engines (ICEs). In order for environmentally friendly EVs to be able to replace vehicles which has ICE, researches are focused on maximizing the range of batteries, optimizing the charging times and minimizing the negative effects on system. In this present study the relationship between EVs and smart grids, battery types and charging stations are examined.



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