IIFET aims to stimulate a worldwide cooperation, collaboration, technical assistance and to create collective supply chain from SME, OEM manufacturers to exploit new advanced technologies in a cost effective manner, policy and strategy. You are advised to read our report in our Publication entitled “Electric Car Conundrum and the Failure to Establish a Distinct Industry.”

IIfET has developed a system that allows electric vehicles to generate power while on the move, continuously recharging the vehicle batteries and allowing for slow depletion of energy. This innovation greatly increases the range of the vehicle. The system relies on every part of the vehicle to generate power. The new design is geared to harvest electro-mechanical/ electromagnetic energy and heat energy. The system injects extra energy into the battery banks, which extends the range of the vehicle by up to 500 miles depending on cruising speed.

Advanced electronics and lighter materials will ensure that range can always reach new milestones beyond the 500 mile mark, which can lead to tremendous savings on current volatile oil prices. One of the greatest barriers to electric vehicles is the limited range of current battery technology and the long recharging periods that are needed. The system offered will provide a means of recharging batteries while on the go, thus simultaneously increasing the vehicle’s range and decreasing the time needed to recharge the batteries to full power.

The system can also be adapted to include vehicle-to-grid connections (V2G) without losing the initial battery load. With the help of advanced electronics, the excess energy generated by the vehicle can be fed into the grid.
IIfET has pushed V2G boundaries to include commercial fleets and government fleets, to act as if they are a group of electric sub-stations at a push of a button. This technology can be extended to include 16-18 wheeler trucks in the near future, thus confirming for the first time that any fleet of electric vehicles can become in reality a mobile substation.

In parallel, the technology applies to electric trains as electric train-to-green grid (ET2GG) with much higher output in megawatts that can be injected into the national grid (Smart Green Grid), generating extra revenue and new jobs. The implications of both applications are significant enough to become part of the green economy without trumpeted excessive costs. The technology bears the hallmarks of new economic opportunities and advantages that must be taken seriously.