Electric Cars Is a Long Term Inevitability

By : Wiyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Thursday, December 07 2017 - 11:53 IWST

National Education Day Students exhibit the best electric car works at IIMS 2017
National Education Day Students exhibit the best electric car works at IIMS 2017

INDUSTRY.co.id - Semarang-Toyota Astra Motor (TAM) considers that power recharge production requires supporting infrastructure such as electricity charging, for the long term.

PR Manager TAM Rouli Sijabat said, looking at electric cars as the Industry of the future. Only, to get there, there needs to be a common definition about the stun-electric car. Be it Industry actors, associations, regulators and all related elements in the electric car industry.

"We are not anti battery car based. An electric car is a necessity. However, it is necessary before entering the electric car market should be considered aspect holistically. Problem regulation, market, profit and loss and certainly not impromptu, "he said, in Semarang, Central Java (Central Java) Wednesday (6/12/2017).

Because of it Rouli said that to go to pure electric car theres a lot of steps to go. Whether it concerns industry, batteries, battery raw materials, charging infrastructure and a number of other stages with regard to electric cars.

Rouli called Toyota has actually entered the electric car edition 1981 ago. At that time, the company entered through the application of a hybrid. Rely on relying on a combination of power and battery powered engine.


"The way it works, when the car runs fully rely on power from the battery. Well, when it takes more power, the engine comes supplying. It's just a hybrid model can not be filled while at home, "commentator Rouli.

Next transformation is hybrid Plug in model car. Hybrid model of this type, the car battery other than filled through the engine, can also be in charger (charging battery) while at home, "he said.

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