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 EV charging explained – Will EVs kill the grid? Range anxiety is one of the biggest things holding back electric vehicle adoption. Having easy access to fast charging alleviates that fear, but I also hear from people concerned that everyone charging EVs at once will kill the grid. Will it? Let’s take a closer look at EV charging, the competing standards, and what it means for the future of our grid. Electric vehicle charging explained.

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  1. Reply
    Undecided with Matt Ferrell 4 April 2021 at 20:45 น.

    Correction: What we commonly call "Level 3" is just DC Fast Charging. The SAE J1772 documentation doesn't technically have a level 3 standard (yet).

  2. No. Saved you a click

  3. Technical understanding eh.. KW/h mentioned !

  4. I'm no expert on electric cars, but I have certain amount of knowledge with electric in general, ohms law, generation, ac,dc, transformers, power grid, components, etc. I have,not really seen the following question on these videos, but wouldn't it be nice to pull your EV up to a charging station, where they would slid out your EVs battery pack, & pop in another fully charged pack, & you are on your way. I know they,re obvious cons with that, the weight of all those batteries, etc. But is that possible down the road?. 🐏Sam.

  5. Out family decided to keep an ICE Jeep and purchase an EV for around town. If we travel we will simply take the ICE Jeep.

  6. No such thing as KW per our! ! ! !

  7. The average parking area of a car is 180 sqft . you can easily fit a 2 KW solar panel covered parking in that area. The 2kW panels are enough to satisfy daily driving requirement for an average American.

  8. Will overnight become peak hours with all the cars charging at night?

  9. Most of the time the electric company is making more electricity than we need, they want you to charge your car and store the power on powerwalls

  10. I,m no expert, & this may be a dumb question, though I have a theory, but it would be nice if when u pulled up to a EV charger station, they would disconnect the battery pack, slide the pack out, then slip a fully charged pack back into ur EV, & ur off & running!. The depleted battery pack would then be charged, & ready for another EV that took the same type of battery. Would,ENT that be a time saver?.🐏Sam.

  11. Did….did you just diesel…gasoline? What in the heck is that and where to I find it?

  12. No it won't because people can buy their own solar grid, then the adoption of the solar glass and the solar paint. Solar is growing rapidly and the chance of the power grid going down becomes less and less

  13. Let’s see how that works in Alaska. Just saying.

  14. Terribly bad example about fuel nozzles. First, you compare Diesel and Regular gasoline. It is hard to find Regular gasoline these days, most of what you find it Unleaded. The Unleaded nozzle spout has a smaller diameter 20.5 mm vs. 23.6 mm per the SAE J285 standard. Additionally, high flow Diesel nozzle spouts are even larger than Regular leaded fuel, at 25.4 mm (or 1 inch). Although this isn't as crazy as the connector varieties facing EV drivers, it isn't simply a matter of choosing the correct fuel. [if you wanted to get completely crazy, you could mention the old Roadster connector, the inductive paddles of early EVs, and other variants.]

  15. Yeah it’s probably a good thing that it’s a slow change to EVs. A fast one could cause some serious issues with the grid.

    The idea of having a smart system that talks to the grid and balances your needs vs demand and timing is a good idea though. But it’s almost like you need to be able to express your intentions to that system as well. For example you might normally only drive to and from work and not even need a full charge, but then randomly one day you could plan on driving interstate. If you can communicate your intentions then it could know to not even bother fully charging your EV if you don’t need it fully charged in the near future (fully charged batteries reduce the lifespan of the battery too) but then when you need maximum range and you plan on leaving at 5am to get to your destination, you don’t want it to be holding back charging when you need it. So it’s not simply a case of software figuring that out, when some variables are only in your brain. They need a way of communicating with the system as well. And even just communicating your battery percentage as well. But that part should be doable. Behavioural analytics can predict that you might only need x distance by y time etc but not in every circumstance.

  16. The plug standard issue is really for US only, most other countries are sticking to a single standard for all future EV's

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    Dumbass Drivers Of Denver 4 April 2021 at 20:45 น.

    Regular vs diesel gasoline? Wtf is diesel gasoline?

  18. Supposing you are are driving out here in the West where your 200 mile Eastern trips become more like 4, 5, or 600 mile trips are not uncommon. Your battery range is still no where near enough for Western road trips!

  19. Something that’s not talked about enough is that we need to—and can—reduce the total number of car trips we make. Reducing car trips means less emissions while there are still ICE vehicles, it means less load on the grid from EVs, it means less wear on the roads which requires less maintenance, and active transportation such as bicycling or walking helps our collective public health.

    60% of all car trips in the US are under 6 miles. This is the perfect distance for E-Bikes, and can often be quicker than driving in the city anyways. We can incentivize this by subsidizing the purchase of E-Bikes and restriping our roads so there are separated bike lanes, making it safer to cycle to get to places you need to go.

    There’s a few other city planning code changes that could help as well, like allowing for residential construction that isn’t limited to one housing unit per lot (which is the vast majority of residential land in the US), eliminating setback requirements and off-street parking minimums. These changes would help make our cities and towns more walkable, which would in turn reduce car trips and increase economic output, as people are much more likely to stop into a small shop if they’re on foot than if they’re driving.

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    Alexandra Whitelock 4 April 2021 at 20:45 น.

    How does the cost of charging compare with gas prices?

  22. CC2 type (android) and Tesla (apple) are 2 survivors 🙂

  23. They are taking a cue from electronics manufacturers trying to nickel and dime us for adapters and dongles and crap. Greedy mofos.

  24. The standard situation is not nearly as bad as this video makes it out to be. There's three four in the US: J1772, Tesla, CCS, ChaDeMo. And CCS is just J1772 + fast charging. No consumer needs to worry about the various international standards, and ChaDeMo is now a dead standard. In the US, that means there's really only two standards: Tesla or Not Tesla. Also, diesel is not gasoline at all

  25. The government will never help put in charge stations and there is only 750k total evs in in America. I'll keep my 21 year old car and fill up in less than 5 minutes. And drive anywhere in the country unlike your car and not one charging station within 100 miles. Hard pass, and I'm not spending 30 grand on a car

  26. Sir you are saying that for fast charging 250 Kw is used for 15 min to charge Tesla 3 till 80%. So 250KWH (250 units) will be consumed for 4 charging period. 80% charge battery will give 190 miles

  27. Just tax it to the point where that's all will be able to do

  28. #1 Where does the magical charge come from (windmills or solar or will it be the once upon a time evil nukuler)? #2 How much does each adapter cost (hint: $500/per) for charging? #3 Where does the polymer that makes up the vast majority of these EV's come from that is essential in providing the weight savings (hint #2: oil aka fossil fuel). #4 What energy is used to forge any/all of the metal components? What type of carbon footprint is involved in the mining of the lithium emulsion (for batteries) along with silver, copper, rhodium, etc? Are we going to burn wood versus the evil fossil fuels–or will we still need fossil fuels. Waiting.

  29. I think the grid will become overloaded. In simple terms an L2 charger is like a stove in a house ( everyone has one and they all go on at dinner and that impacts the grid ) so if every house eventually plugs an EV in, that would be like doubling that load.
    L3 chargers require so much energy that you really need very high voltage lines to supply them ( like 250,000 volts ). So they will have to lay many of these lines and add additional ones on 'trunk routes from generating stations. They will need to build SMRs all over the place ( small nuclear reactors ) to avoid long distance losses as the transport sector ( cars and trucks ) go electric.

  30. California already has brownouts. And now we are going to add 15 million cars being charged? Are you kidding?

  31. One last note. The current draw using fast chargers is huge and lithium batteries need to be cooled when using them. Heat kills all types of batteries.

    I am sure all the fast charging is not good for the lithium ion batteries over the long term. Time will tell, however.

    Let's revisit this in topic in 5 – 7 years of your car charging and see if your car is still functioning as designed.

    It's probably a lease though and you will never know.

  32. I work in the electrical generation and distribution industry.

    Everyone always says the grid should support a complete switch over to electric cars. It will not!

    "It's only a 30% increase, and people will charge at night…"

    Huge increases in "high current" generating capacity, larger or more transmission lines, and distribution upgrades will need to be required to support all this fast charging.

    The recent high electrical demand in Texas should be a dire warning. You need a stable grid with spinning reserve, without it you get chaos and death.

    I always have a good laugh when I see these rosy overnight charging predictions. "Home Load Management" means you won't get electrical current when you want it. If everyone wants to charge at once, somebody is going to get the shaft!

    Who is going to build all these batteries and where are the raw materials coming from? Who will we be exploiting? What will be the environmental cost of that?

    Also these discussions "always, always, always" leave out, the trucks and trains which haul the majority if freight using fossil fuels.

    When will they charge? Every truck containing huge batteries?
    Trains run by batteries? Rail Power lines? It's daunting, and unrealistic.

    Right now if you took all the batteries used for solar storage and connected them all together, they would power the US electrical grid for about….

    14 seconds!

    That is the scope of the problem. Instead of planting trees worlwide to absorb carbon and other capture technologies, we are going to jump feet first into this Green quagmire with the fantasy thinking that solar and wind will solve it. They will not!!!

    America us going to need more large natural gas (fossil fueled) and nuclear power plant "thumpers" to give the grid capacity and the stability to do all this fast charging. Nothing else will be reliable or feasible.

  33. I think real soon we will reach a point of only 5 minute to fully charge an EV and range will increase to over 1000 MILES which will result to charging at home thus reducing demand for high output charging stations.
    And that will be the milestone for EVs and advantage over ICE 🚙 CARS.
    All you have to do is look back 9 years and see how batteries 🔋 developed & improved so fast in less than a decade.

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