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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs): These EVs are entirely powered by electricity stored in high-capacity batteries. They have no internal combustion engine and produce zero tailpipe emissions. BEVs need to be plugged into an electric charging source to recharge their batteries and are typically designed for urban and suburban driving.
  • Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs):PHEVs combine an electric motor with an internal combustion engine (usually gasoline) and a battery. They can operate in electric-only mode for a limited range before switching to the gasoline engine. PHEVs can be plugged in to charge their batteries or can rely on the internal combustion engine for longer trips.
  • Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs):HEVs have both an internal combustion engine and an electric motor, but they cannot be plugged in to charge. Instead, they use regenerative braking to recharge a smaller battery, which assists the internal combustion engine and improves fuel efficiency.
  • Extended-Range Electric Vehicles (EREVs):EREVs are similar to PHEVs but typically have a larger battery capacity and can travel longer distances on electric power alone before switching to the internal combustion engine. They can be plugged in for charging.

  • Solar farming , also referred to as solar agriculture, involves installing photovoltaic (PV) systems or commonly called solar panels, on agricultural land or large open areas to generate renewable solar energy. This innovative approach enables landowners to simultaneously generate clean electricity from the sun while keeping the land productive for agricultural purposes. Solar farming combines the advantages of renewable energy production with traditional farming practices.

  • Solar Panel Installation: Solar panels are mounted on structures such as ground-mounted racks or canopies, which are typically elevated to allow for agricultural activities like planting and harvesting to continue beneath them. These solar panels capture sunlight and convert it into electricity through the photovoltaic process.
  • Dual Land Use: Solar farming allows landowners to make productive use of their land for both electricity generation and agriculture. Crops can be grown in the shade of the solar panels, and livestock can graze in the same area. This dual land use can help landowners generate additional income while minimizing the opportunity cost of dedicating land to solar energy production.
  • Agricultural Benefits: The shading provided by solar panels can have some agricultural benefits. It can help reduce evaporation of water from the soil, protect crops from extreme weather conditions, and create a more favorable microclimate for some types of vegetation.
  • Renewable Energy Generation: Solar farming contributes to the generation of clean, renewable energy. The electricity generated by the solar panels can be used to power homes, businesses, or be fed into the electrical grid, helping reduce the reliance on fossil fuels and lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Government Incentives: Many governments and regions offer incentives, subsidies, and policies that promote the development of solar farming. These incentives can include tax credits, grants, and favorable pricing for excess electricity fed back into the grid.
  • Challenges: Solar farming is not without its challenges. Land availability, grid connection, and local regulations can impact the feasibility of such projects. Additionally, the design and installation of solar panels must take into account the needs of the crops or livestock being raised on the land.

  • Solar Energy:Solar energy is harnessed from the sun's rays using photovoltaic (PV) panels or solar thermal systems. Solar panels convert sunlight into electricity, while solar thermal systems use sunlight to heat a fluid, which can then be used for various purposes, including electricity generation and space heating.
  • Wind Energy: Wind turbines capture the kinetic energy from the wind and convert it into electricity. Wind power is a clean and renewable energy source that is widely used around the world.
  • Hydropower: Hydropower, also known as hydroelectric power, harnesses the energy of flowing water (rivers, dams, or tides) to generate electricity. It is a well-established and sustainable energy source.
  • Geothermal Energy: Geothermal energy is derived from the heat stored beneath the Earth's surface. Geothermal power plants use this heat to produce electricity or provide direct heating for buildings.
  • Biomass Energy: Biomass energy is generated from organic materials, such as wood, crop residues, and agricultural byproducts. Biomass can be burned directly for heat or converted into biofuels like biodiesel and bioethanol for transportation and electricity generation.
  • Nuclear Energy: While controversial due to safety concerns and waste disposal issues, nuclear energy is considered an alternative to fossil fuels because it generates electricity without greenhouse gas emissions. It relies on nuclear reactions to produce heat, which is then used to generate electricity.
  • Tidal and Wave Energy: Tidal and wave energy harness the kinetic energy of ocean tides and waves, respectively, to generate electricity. These sources are more location-specific and are still in the early stages of development.
  • Hydrogen Energy: Hydrogen can be used as an energy carrier and is often considered an alternative fuel. It can be produced using various methods, including electrolysis of water, and used for electricity generation, transportation, and industrial applications.
  • Bioenergy:Bioenergy encompasses a wide range of sources, including biogas from organic waste, algae-based biofuels, and more. These sources utilize organic materials to produce energy.

  • Car warranty of 3 years or 100,000 km.(Manufacturing defect)
  • Battery Warranty of 8 Years or 160,000 km.

  • We have an accredited service center for Air Purifiers in NCR
  • We have trained service technicians for your EV Car needs.

  • Free shipping of Air purifiers and Air Quality monitors within NCR, customer to shoulder shipping expense if outside NCR
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