Deep Cycle Battery
Advantages of electric vehicles 1) No fuel, no emissions This is the key point that attracts many people to electric cars. If you want to decrease your personal impact on the environment through transport, then an EV is the way forward. The electric engine within an EV operates on a closed...
Rated Capacity (2hr)
Reference Weight (Kg):
Total Height (mm):
Inner resistance (25℃)
Fully charged state
Battery capacity at different temperatures (2hr)
Storage capacity (25℃)
Stored for 3 months
Stored for 6 months
Stored for 9 months
Maximum short circuit current (25℃)
Advantages of electric vehicles
1) No fuel, no emissions
This is the key point that attracts many people to electric cars. If you want to decrease your personal impact on the environment through transport, then an EV is the way forward. The electric engine within an EV operates on a closed circuit, so an electric car does not emit any of the gases often associated with global warming. No petrol or diesel is needed in a fully electric vehicle, which is great for your carbon footprint.
Even better - if you charge your electric car at home, and your home runs on renewable energy from Good Energy, then your carbon footprint shrinks dramatically!
2) Running costs
Because you're not paying for petrol or diesel to keep your car running, you can save a lot of money on fuel.
3) Low maintenance
We all know cars need a bit of TLC from time to time. Petrol and diesel engines can require expensive engine maintenance over their lifetimes – electric vehicles don't.
Why is this? In a traditional combustion engine there are hundreds of moving parts which can potentially go wrong, whereas an electric motor has fewer than 20. This means that your EV is likely to have lower long-term maintenance costs than other vehicles.
Most of the fun of owning a car comes from getting out on the roads and putting it to work. In the past, electric vehicles haven't had the sleekest image; many have had low expectations as to how well an electric car can do versus traditional engines.
As more manufacturers have piled into the market with their own take on the electric vehicle, the performance levels of EVs has rocketed. Electric cars are lighter, and – as all of their power is generated from a standing start – their acceleration capability can surprise.
Of course, this isn't the only measure of performance for a car. If you're looking for something more family-friendly, then you'll be pleased to know that many EVs are more spacious than conventional cars due to the lack of a large engine; they also offer a smoother drive with lower levels of noise.
If you like to stand out in the crowd than perhaps knowing that electric cars are becoming increasingly more popular might be a negative for you, but for many it's a huge positive. As more EVs find their way onto our roads, we will see the supporting infrastructure expand.
With the increase in electric vehicles on the road, we are likely to see this number continue to fall while the number of charging locations will increase further.
In addition to more charging points, the increased popularity of EVs also means more options to choose from for the car itself. There are more affordable electric car options available now than ever before.
6) The most obvious advantage of electric car batteries is that they don't produce the pollution associated with internal combustion engines. However, they still have environmental costs. The electricity used to recharge EV batteries has to come from somewhere, and right now, most electricity is generated by burning fossil fuels. Of course, this produces pollution. even in the worst case scenario, cars operated by EV batteries are cleaner than gas-powered cars.
7) Another important advantage of battery-powered motors over gas-powered engines is the lower cost of the fuel -- that is, electricity for EVs and gas for the internal combustion engines.
Yet another advantage of these rechargeable batteries is that they recycle well. Almost 100 percent of these batteries can be recycled, which keeps old batteries from becoming a disposal problem
8) In the future, faster recharging technology may become available, but in the near term, electric cars won't be the vehicles of choice for long trips. Even so, most driving is done relatively close to home and for this reason, battery power will serve as well as gasoline power. A possible solution to the recharging situation may be battery-replacement stations, where instead of recharging your EV you can simply swap your drained battery for a fully charged one. This system would allow batteries to be recharged outside of vehicles and would greatly reduce the amount of time required to get an EV up and running again after its battery is fully discharged.