Diffusion of e-mobility energized by renewable energy
Contribution to the de-carbonized society with e-mobility
There is a worldwide trend in mobility that is shifting from fuel vehicles to electric vehicles.
The same story is also happening in Japan.
Of course, electric vehicle requires electricity to move on.
By replacing traditional power plants to renewable energy power plants, we can achieve independence form fossil fuel, and promote de-carbonization in the field of power generating and transportation.
REXEV contributes to de-carbonization in the area of energy generation and distribution.
Toward “free marginal cost” in transport
Actually, renewable energy is overall economical.
It is often said that renewable energy is expensive, though once the plant is established the generation cost would be zero, since the it will run with natural energy: sun light, wind or water flow…etc.
This is how we realize the free marginal cost in electricity generation.
Power plants after securing payback for initial investment is able to generate electricity with almost 0＄. If we can use that electricity for charging EVs, that mobility would be fuel cost free. In addition, this way of mobility is environmentally friendly.
One of the biggest difficulty of supplying renewable energy in a society is the heavy dependency on natural environment, and therefore, it is necessary to adjust the electricity amount of supply and demand through the utility. However, electrical vehicles would be the key solution for this challenge. The batteries in EVs can function as pooled adjustment power for the grid and utility. Moreover, if the charged energy in EVs is renewable, we can realize 100% renewable energy consumption in the whole society.