EVSPS is intending to build a renewable energy mobile unit to
recharge electric land/aerial vehicles.

There are current issues with today’s electric vehicle rechargeinfrastructures in which EVSPS would like to address:


There’s a high cost of construction for stationary fast-charging stations;


The customer is unable to replenish electric vehicles during a power outage or limited power source.


Structural damage tends to occur with aerial vehicles from changing batteries via human handling;

EVSPS has devised a plan to solve each issue by building a renewable energy mobile unit.

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Solution 1: Cost savings: Mobile > Stationary

Beta test a location to see if the location would have a good rate of return on the investment. Quality data is needed to ensure the stationary charging station is being used enough to invest into the high cost of installation.

Solution 2: Ease of use: Hands-free Power Transfer

The renewable energy mobile unit will have an automated, hands-free power transfer system to replenish drones.

Drones will fly into the mobile unit, land on a platform, replenish, and then fly to the next destination. This elimination manually replaces batteries over and over again which results in damaged connections and/or structural damage.

This will allow the drone to have a longer life span and allow the customer to purchase any type of electric drone from any manufacturer.

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Solution 3: Sustainability: Renewable Energy-Powered

The mobile unit will be powered by solar panels and wind turbines. The power will be stored in a large battery storage system and ready to be used by an external electrical source. With the feature of an on/off the grid
system, this will allow the customer to maintain continuous usage even when there is limited to no power source.