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616 Corporate Way, Suite 2-9018,
Valley Cottage, NY 10989, United States

T: +1-347-918-3531


Future Market Insights

1602-6 Jumeirah Bay X2 Tower, Plot No: JLT-PH2-X2A,
Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Dubai,
United Arab Emirates


Future Market Insights

3rd Floor, 207 Regent Street,
W1B 3HH London
United Kingdom

T: + 44 (0) 20 8123 9659
D: +44 (0) 20 3287 4268

Asia Pacific

Future Market Insights

IndiaLand Global Tech Park, Unit UG-1, Behind Grand HighStreet, Phase 1, Hinjawadi, MH, Pune – 411057, India

As the world is going through regular and severe floods, storms, fires, as well as other climate-related calamities, it is becoming increasingly clear that the world needs to focus on adaptive measures to protect its citizens who are most vulnerable to the consequences of climate change. This is the foremost and current goal of COP27.

The selection of appropriate e-mobility vehicles is a prominent issue addressed in COP 27. The idea that "EVs are revolutionizing the way the world drives" is raised by this. Electric vehicles pave the way for ambitious environmental goals and sustainable supplies.

Batteries help meet the net zero goals of automakers, owing to their critical role in the grid's integration of renewable energy sources. Sales of electric vehicles continue to fuel, and plenty of batteries must be created if climate targets are to be met. Automakers are addressing the rising demand for electric vehicle batteries and are setting various requirements for their battery suppliers. For instance, they require suppliers to use only clean energy sources like wind and solar during production.

EVs are gradually winning over both businesses and consumers, with their numerous technical advantages, like rapid torque, intelligent charging, proactive braking, and many more. Companies primarily seek ways to lower their carbon footprints and save money on fuel and maintenance.

Governments all across the world are implementing policies and rewards in place to promote the use of EVs. Businesses aim to maintain compliance with these regulations and benefit from incentives like tax credits and rebates by converting to EVs. The reputation of a business as a socially and ecologically responsible corporation can be improved by adopting EVs.

In this race, EV manufacturers are not falling behind. The production process is being streamlined by manufacturers, which proves to be a potential benefit for them. Manufacturers explore new business models like energy storage solutions and charging infrastructure services as EVs become key mainstream. For the adoption of EVs to expand, investment and innovation in new technologies are essential, and manufacturers are at the forefront of this transition.

The idea of EVs is not a silver bullet, but it is unquestionably a part of a broad strategy to address a pressing issue like climate change. Rightful energy transition offers the chance to lessen environmental impacts, as well as other negative effects globally. The acceptance of electric mobility on a global scale requires the introduction of electric vehicles in fleets, which is frequently the first step in removing obstacles and hurdles. Additionally, it presents a chance to step up and provide underdeveloped nations with resources that aid in adaptation.

In this blog, we are attempting to discuss how EV engines are sustainable, and how the EVs are going for smart choices of charging to avoid grid overload and reduce carbon emissions. It further discusses how clean production solutions can be an apt one in reducing the carbon emissions from lithium batteries.

EV Engines are Environment-Friendly Compared to ICEs

Internal combustion engines (ICEs) in conventional vehicles are powered by fossil fuels such as diesel and gasoline. EVs have one or more electric motors that are driven by rechargeable batteries made of lithium-ion, which are the same batteries that power smartphones, laptops, and computers.

As EVs do not run-on fossil fuels, they often do not require some of the components found in ICE vehicles. The carbon emissions, that were included in the manufacturing and production of these ICE parts, are being lessened to a great extent during the manufacturing of EVs. Such a process implies that most EVs do not release carbon and other GHGs, which helps in minimizing air pollution. Therefore, pollution from ICE automobiles extends beyond the emissions from the vehicle’s tailpipes. This extraction of oil, refining it into gasoline, and then finally distributing it to various gas stations – all contribute significantly to air pollution.

EVs continue to be the clean alternative for transportation when compared to ICEs since their complete life cycle is overall significantly sustainable.