EV EVSE Course Offered by AEVT
EV & EVSE MSME Development Training Course
EV EVSE Business Management Course for EntrepreneursIndia to become a manufacturing hub for electric vehicles in five years. Indian EV industry to represent Rs 500 billion opportunity by 2025.
This Techno Commercial course: Throughout this training session, AEVT bridges the needs of startups so that candidate can understand the technology from basic of EV to EVSE equipment like Lithium-ion battery, Battery pack assembly process, EV Motor, Charger, charging station development and all others parts/ equipment's calculation, selection, building a Legal Foundation, Understanding Finance Basics, Business Planning and Fundraising.
Solar Power EV Charging Station
Solar Power Electric Vehicle Charging StationSolar charging stations for electric vehicles have emerged as one of the best ways to reduce India’s dependence on fossil fuels. Nearly everyone who owns an Electric vehicle will install a solar charging station in their home. Solar-powered EV charging stations are the solution to bring that percentage down to zero. Certificate in Solar Power EV Charging Station (Design and Development) Training Program is a master courses that takes an Engineer, designe engineer, installer from site assessment, all the way through power-up and pinpointing. Installers who take this training will have all the information needed to efficiently and accurately assess, design and install charging stations.
EV Battery pack assembly line
Practical training - cell sellection, cell IR testing, cell balancing, charge discharge testing, module & pack assembling, enclosure selection, all machinery selection, assembly line planning and layout drawing, costing of assembly line, working capital, investment, ROI, business projection making, different product design.
Get the knowledge of Lithium-ion cell parameters, Cell Chemistry, Cell Architecture, Thermal Management, BMS and battery pack assembly technical and commercial detail before setup assembly line. Know the eco-friendly recycling process of LIB.
EV Lithium-ion Battery Repair and Maintenance
The average electric vehicle lithium-ion battery can retain up to 70% of its charging capacity after being removed. The business proposition for second-life batteries is therefore intuitive
The second life market looks set to boom in the coming years as EV uptake grows.
Commercialization of Sodium-ion Batteries
Electric Vehicle Driver Safety Training (Self Paced Learning)
With our EV courses, we combine creating an understanding of driving electric, driving habits, lithium-ion battery safety, reviewing the owner’s manual with the added benefit of developing advanced and defensive driving techniques, to make you a safer more skilful driver.
e-Mobility Corporate Training
e-Mobility Corporate TrainingCorporate & Industrial Training for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment company, EV Charging Network company, EV Charger developer company, EV Communication system development company. Top Industry expert and success startup coming to share knowledge with you.
Thank you for a great course. Great presentation style with lots of opportunities to ask questions and talk about current / latest examples which all made for a really enjoyable and informative course." "This has more than met my expectations." Thanks a lot.- Ganesh Maruti Kanap,
Dy. Manager at JCB India Ltd, Pune
I have got a very good positive momentum knowledge and confidence to start a business in this field. This training is remarkable, got good knowledge on EV batteries and charging stations. The viability, feasibility and future need of electric power storage system and environmental friendly power generation also dealt in the class.- K. SASIKUAR,
Managing Director, Al Maha Reconstruction And Trading, Doha,Qatar
Thank you very much for the opportunity you at AEVT have provided. It has been of grate usefulness.- Adrian Tooms,
Engineering Design and Project Management at Thyssenkrupp System Engineering, Ltd, USA
The information gained from the AEVT course was very useful and we are applying this to new projects.- Ben Curtis-Harris,
Industrial Solutions at Thyssenkrupp Systems Engineering, London, United Kingdom