What Do We Do?
The U.S. Department of Energy notes that all forms of electric vehicles can help improve fuel economy, lower fuel costs, and reduce air pollutants. In the United Kingdom, a recent study found that the UK would cut its total carbon emissions by almost 12% if everyone opted to drive an electric vehicle.
This all sounds great — but with millions of electric vehicles (EVs) on the road, what would be the impact on the power grid? Right now, if everyone transitioned to EVs to lessen their environmental impact, it wouldn’t work when we actually put it into action.
Simple. Our power grid was not built to handle millions of electric cars.
What Could Happen?
That’s clearly not enough.
If the power grid isn’t expanded, it’s possible that we could see an overload like what happened in India back in 2012 — only this time, it would be on a worldwide scale.
How can we solve this growing problem that reduces the capability of our roads supporting electric vehicles?
MayMaan has invented clean generators that run on 70% water and 30% ethanol, requiring no gas or diesel fuel to function. These generators provide a clean, renewable source of energy that will power EV stations.
When the grid can support the EV charging stations, MayMaan generators will act as an effective backup power source. In certain scenarios (like in rural or undeveloped areas), there is not a grid capable of powering electric vehicles. That’s where the MayMaan generator comes in — they act as effective main sources of power!
MayMaan generators are highly versatile and have unlimited uses. This clean energy technology will massively minimize your carbon footprint by providing clean power that will charge millions of electric vehicles — making this world a better place for generations to come.
Electric vehicles are an accepted solution to our climate challenges and MayMaan technology will provide clean power to effectively support millions of electric vehicles on our roadways — leaving a positive impact on the environment that will help undo over a century of damage.