Abstract: Electric vehicles (EVs) are an innovative technology that could transform the transportation industry, and they are seen as a crucial step towards achieving a sustainable transport sector. EVs have become known for producing low carbon dioxide, low noise, high efficiency, and flexibility in grid operations and integration. Despite these benefits, the adoption of the delayed adoption of EVs is a result of inadequate charging infrastructure and extended charging periods. To overcome this challenge, hybrid charging mechanisms that utilize wind and solar power are developed to improve the charging while also monitoring the battery. The management and monitoring system of EVs is an IoT-based solution that provides real-time data on the battery's status, capacity, and charging and consuming current. This information is made available to users through an application, allowing them to make knowledgeable choices on how to charge their automobiles. Moreover, during the mobility of vehicles, the energy generated by solar and wind power used to charge the battery. This results in a sustainable charging process that uses green energy and complements the existing charging infrastructure. Overall, hybrid charging mechanisms that utilize wind and solar power, along with the IoT-based management and monitoring system, could help overcome the challenges facing the adoption of EVs. By utilizing more green energy and offering efficient charging, these mechanisms can help shift leading to a sustainable future where EVs play a central role in the transportation sector.

Keywords: Electric vehicles, sustainable transport, IoT-based solution, hybrid charging, green energy, sustainable charging.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.125160

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