In India, the market for electric vehicles is expanding. India has a large number of EVs. For a better and green future, it is critical for electric mobility companies to concentrate on strengthening the EV infrastructure.
The battery is designed along with the chassis thus making it a fixed part of the vehicle. It can not be easily removed or replaced.
The fixed battery is a huge portion of the overall cost of the EV. It is heavy and adds a huge load to the vehicle.
A removable battery can be easily taken out or detached by the user and can be charged at home or a charging station as and when required.
EVs with removable batteries are much more accessible vehicles for the majority of the population as they can be charged at any charging outlet.
Battery swapping is a mechanism that includes exchanging discharged batteries for charged ones. EV users can swap out their dead batteries at swap stations for newly charged ones in seconds.
It reduces concerns about driving range anxiety and charging time. It also helps solve the problem of setting up charging stations.