Sweden’s “charging road”

  In order to achieve the two goals of “be the first to become a clean energy-based country that does not use fossil fuels” and “strive to make vehicles on the road achieve zero emissions by 2030”, the Swedish government calls on the people of the country to purchase new energy electric vehicles. However, although new energy electric vehicles have the advantages of cleanliness and pollution-free, due to the far insufficient cruising range, the car often breaks down halfway, so the general public in Sweden is not interested in buying electric vehicles.
  After pinpointing the “pulse” of the people in the country, the Swedish Transport Administration began to “prescribe the right medicine” and decided to build a “charging road” capable of charging in Sweden to solve the problem of insufficient mileage of electric vehicles. Soon, the world’s first “charging road” was built in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden.
  Charging roads are not much different from ordinary roads, except that two concave electric rails are embedded on ordinary roads. The electric rails are connected to the underground power grid and are divided into several sections. Only when the vehicle passes over the electric rails will it be powered on. When the electric vehicle is running above the electric rail, the movable connecting arm installed at the bottom of the electric vehicle can automatically detect the electric rail and connect with it, and continuously input the power source carried on the electric rail to the battery of the electric vehicle. When the electric car’s battery is fully charged, the charging arm connecting the electric car to the power rail is automatically disconnected, and the electric car can drive to its destination.

There is not much difference between the charging road and the ordinary road, but two concave electric rails are embedded on the ordinary road.

  Drivers are very worried: Will charging roads leak electricity, endangering the personal safety of drivers or passengers? An electric power expert who participated in the construction of the charging road said: “The power on the electric rail is actually in the depth of the concave track, which is five or six centimeters away from the road surface. The road safety status test has been carried out in the next generation, and the conclusion is that even in rainy and humid weather, the power on the road is only one volt, and it is 100% safe for people to walk on it even with bare feet.” The
  charging road is another How to charge it? The charging road consists of multiple 50-meter sections, each section is powered separately, and when the vehicle stops, the power will be automatically cut off. When the vehicle is disconnected from charging, the “dynamic charging” system will immediately calculate the amount of electricity consumed by the vehicle, convert it into electricity charges and record it in the account corresponding to the vehicle, and regularly send electricity bill information to the car owner to notify the car owner to come Pay the fees.
  Regarding the cost issue that the public is very concerned about, the Swedish Transport Administration gave this answer: the cost of charging roads is only one-third more expensive than ordinary roads with equal distances, but it is one-fifth or cheaper than the construction of air tracks with equal distances. one-sixth.

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