Today I will talk about the most common question is the cost of charging an electric car.First of all, there are many types of factors measuring the total cost of charging an EV.its depends on your capacity for the battery of your EV and the price of electricity per unit in the area.

For example, for a full charge, your electric car requires 50 units of electricity. And in your area, the unit’s tender unit is almost 5 rupees per unit in the Indian rupee. So you can multiply such as 50/5 = 250 rupees. From this, you can find out how the cost of a full charge of 250 rupees has come out. This is not a stable cost; this is just an example from which you can find out.

Before this process, you have to find out the battery of your electric car and how many kilowatt-hours of battery are there. It is a means that can be traced. Different formulas are used for various vehicles to extract the total charging cost. It also depends on the cost charger, such as a standard charger that consumes less energy to charge the car cups. On the other hand, a fast charger takes more energy to charge a battery.

The electric vehicle is one such vehicle that you can drive by-charger very much at a very low price. In this process, you will need a power meter to measure the unit which shows how many units of electricity the car has consumed during charging. It can only accurately estimate how much electricity an electric vehicle takes during a charging. Many times it happens that the battery does not take as much current as the won power loss also, it is true that it is a common thing to have a power loss which happens during charging, it goes out through loss heat or charging only.