In sales and marketing your perseverance and patience will always pay. What I experienced is a very small incident and we come across such instances many a times in our everyday lives but I felt inclined to share this with my readers as it created an impact on me.(read more)
We have now very much brushed up our knowledge about EVS. Now let’s discuss the potential of EVs to replace ICEs (Internal Combustion Engines), their benefits, implementation challenges and solutions.(read more)
In my last write-up, I talked about the growing popularity of EVs, their impact on the grid and the importance of solar PV technology as a supporting source of power.(read more)
An EV does not need any petrol or diesel. It has no clutch, gears, spark plugs and emits no exhaust. There are only around 20 moving parts in an electric engine compared to nearly 2000 in an ICE (internal combustion engine). This results in very low maintenance compared to a fossil fuel powered vehicle...(read more)
Module prices have come down faster than inverter and electrical balance of systems (BOS) costs. Over the last four years, module costs have fallen by about 73%, inverter costs have declined by 56% and electrical BOS costs have fallen by 9%.