Iranian air metal batteries; A good solution for learning to use electric cars

باتری‌های فلز هوا ایرانی؛ راهکاری مناسب برای فراگیری استفاده از خودروهای برقی

One of the main challenges in replacing electric vehicles with gasoline vehicles is their energy supply and sustainability. It seems that Iranian researchers have been able to solve this challenge with the help of new metal-air batteries.

Metal-air batteries, which play a key role in reducing environmental pollution, are very popular among scientists and researchers these days and have now been localized by young Iranian scientists.

Due to the difference in the type of charge they have with lithium batteries, these batteries can provide the energy needed to travel a distance of about 1200 km with each charge.

It is interesting to know that these batteries are compatible with the existing infrastructure in the country and their use does not require separate and complex charging stations.

Providing the right batteries for electric vehicles can play an important role in the learning of these vehicles. Currently, the biggest challenge for electric vehicles is the supply and sustainability of the energy they need. Current batteries used in electric vehicles are highly polluting and cause serious damage to the environment.

Low fuel prices and lack of social acceptance; Two main reasons why Iranians do not like electric cars

Low fuel prices and social rejection of electric cars in the country are the main reasons why Iranians are not so interested in electric cars.

It should not be forgotten that there is currently only one charging station in the country for electric motorcycles. So the challenge of not having the necessary infrastructure is also very serious. Even in a country like the United States, the number of power stations is not very significant and is one of the main challenges for owners of electric vehicles.

Years ago, with the entry of dual-fuel and gas-powered vehicles into the market, we faced the challenge of supplying the energy required for these vehicles nationwide, because the number of suitable stations for dual-fuel and gas-fired vehicles was very small and long queues were formed in these stations. Now, however, the charging time for gas and gas vehicles is a few minutes. It is not at all unexpected that this challenge will be repeated for electric vehicles and it will be time consuming to solve it.

It is also worth mentioning that in countries such as Iran, where the use of equipment and vehicles two to three generations ago is still common, the acceptance of new tools and equipment, especially electric vehicles, is certainly difficult and time consuming.

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