Abstract: This project details the planning and design of a solar-powered electric vehicle charging station that solves the dual problem of expensive gasoline and harmful emissions. The number of countries where electric vehicles are on the roads continues to grow. Electric vehicles are not only environmentally friendly, but have proven to help reduce transportation costs by replacing expensive fuels with much cheaper electricity. Here, designing an electric vehicle charging infrastructure creates a novel and effective answer to this problem. Electric vehicles can be charged while driving, so there is no need to stop for charging. The system is powered by solar energy. No additional power supply required. Solar panels, batteries, transformers, regulator circuits, copper coils, AC/DC converters, atmega328P controllers and LCD displays are used to build this system. The technology is based on the idea that electric vehicles can be charged without stopping at a charging station. This technology therefore proves the feasibility of an on-road solar-powered wireless charging system for electric vehicles

Keywords: Wireless charging system, Electric vehicle, Solar power, Transmitting and receiving coil.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12695

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