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A Solar Power System for Electric Vehicles with Maximum Power Point Tracking for Novel Energy Sharing

 Sushuruth Sadagopan, Sudeep Banerji, Priyanka Vedula, Mohammad Shabin C. Bharatiraja
  15th-Aug-2017
Description: This paper presents a new system architecture which makes efficient use of the power produced from the photovoltaic panels for charging batteries of solar powered Electric Vehicles. The system has the power system for a solar powered Electric Vehicle and the power system for the solar powered grid connected Electric Hub (a large battery bank). Several electric vehicles may be charged from its own photovoltaic panel and from the hub, which in turn is charged by a large capacity photovoltaic panel or by the electric grid in case the power required is more than the power available from the panels. Once all the batteries connected to the system reach a certain maximum charge limit excess energy from the vehicles and the hub is pumped into the grid, thus utilizing the energy that would have been otherwise wasted.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Transportation
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A Solar Power System for Electric Vehicles with
Maximum Power Point Tracking for Novel Energy
Sharing
Sushuruth Sadagopan, Sudeep Banerji, Priyanka Vedula, Mohammad Shabin
C. Bharatiraja
SRM University
Hospital Road, Potheri, Kattankulathur, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu 603203
sushsada@gmail.com
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