Over the past few years, the electric vehicle has encountered a rise in sales and more production levels ranging from the mining, manufacturing, and distribution sector. Additionally, countries around the globe have embraced EVs since it addresses environmental conservation by reducing carbon and toxic gas emission. Also, states have placed regulations like the ban of fossil fuel by 2035 and taxes imposed to fuel or diesel cars, thereby compelling consumers to shift from petrol cars to diesel cars. The government has also established and invested in charging stations and provided incentives on electricity for the citizens using EV who charge their vehicles at home.

However, concerns have risen on the downtime experienced when charging the EVs. Charging on other fleets of vehicles might not be a challenge since their operation is limited to the battery’s range. When the battery’s power is depleted, then the customer can charge it overnight either at home or a depot rendering enough time for a full charge before the car is used the next day. For other companies that incorporate higher mileages, the EWVs need additional power during the day. Also, for organizations or private cars undertaking long journeys, charging during the day is essential for the vehicle to operate longer.

Additionally, charging duration for long-fleet vehicles is exceptionally long, and various companies have started rendering EVs as unreliable. According to research conducted by ZapMap, 36 percent of EV customers stated that charging time presented a significant obstacle in electric cars. Another study by Mintel Industry also revealed that the charging duration of electric vehicles presents a significant impediment in most industries and individuals.

On the other hand, hydrogen fuel electric cars present a better alternative in refueling quicker to charge than fully EVs and environmentally friendly compared to diesel and petrol cars. Nevertheless, the development of hydrogen EVs is in their early stages, and most countries have restricted their production. Consequently, the Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) sponsors state that the EVs code states that the drivers out to take a 15-minute break after a two-hour drive to charge their vehicles for another mile. The ZapMap research revealed that the maximum duration client could wait for a recharge is thirteen minutes, although it’s insignificant to add any substantial amount of charge to the cell. Therefore, electric car charging has presented yet another challenge to the EV industries that will inspire innovation and the production of better and reliable electric vehicles in the future.