He rapidly depleting oil resources in the world have led to new searches in the energy sector and accelerated the efforts for the use of alternative energy sources and the reduction of oil consumption.
In order to reduce oil consumption and prevent potential energy crises in the future, high-efficiency automobiles operating with electrical energy have been developed.
When the amount of energy consumed by the vehicles in traffic is taken into consideration, huge figures emerge.
With the expansion of electric vehicles and the replacement of combustion engine vehicles, this huge energy will be supplied from electrical energy, which includes processes such as production, transmission and distribution, rather than the combustion energy consumed within each vehicle.
Therefore, charging station systems emerge as a need to meet the energy needs of electric vehicles.
At this point, the charging station systems include the distribution infrastructure of electric energy, energy quality control, high safety charging of vehicles at fast or normal speeds and a process from charging to charging.
”Baker, which produced between 1899 and 1914, sold one of these vehicles to Thomas Edison. The inventor of this electric bulb was Edison’s first car.”