Stanley Ponraj: manufacturing electric vehicle that doesn’t require electricity to charge. Instead it uses our fuel cell that charges the batteries for couple of months

October 5, 2023

Chipline Technologies focus on manufacturing electric vehicle that doesn’t require electricity to charge. Instead it uses our fuel cell that charges the batteries for couple of months.

Tell us about yourself?

 I am a Mechatronic engineer and I am fond of automobiles. Every time, when I saw a problem, I used to suggest more creative ideas to stand out from the crowd. And one of the major disadvantage of today is energy deficiency and fossil fuel depletion. In order to make everything right and to make everyone comfortable, we came up with a new idea.

If you could go back in time a year or two, what piece of advice would you give yourself?

 If I go back in a year or two, I would definitely start this technique by that time and by this time, I would have developed this fuel cell to power houses and factories. It all depends on the R and D and it will take more time to shrink our fuel cell to be used in all the electronic gadgets we are using today.

What problem does your business solve?

 We created Chipline Technologies in the way that people who are using traditional IC (internal Combustion) engines, who are using electric vehicles, live free of recharging and refelling. Especially both the vehicle will lose its fuel / energy even if its not used for a while. The cars used by our technology (our fuel cell) will generate its own power for ~4-5 months technically. It is necessary to power an electric vehicle throughout the time therefore saves the money and time of charging. Again the fossil fuels are being saved if more people change to EV therefore helping the environment to control pollution.

What is the inspiration behind your business?

 Lot of EV companies actually inspired me. The AI technology, sustainable products are necessary these days for future generation and why could it be the beginning of this era. Transportation cannot be controlled these days and we are combining this with future.

What is your magic sauce?

Our fuel cell is the heart of Chipline as this might be the best changeover and evolution for future. While every EV companies are focussing on making an electric vehicle, our main aim is to focus on the charging and reducing pollution made by electric company.

What is the plan for the next 5 years? What do you want to achieve?

 Our next vision is to make our energy cell smaller and make it to be used on mobiles and laptops. Imagine a world where your phone or laptop does not need to be recharge for four months.

What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced so far?

 Our biggest challenge was to make our energy cell eco friendly. Initially our product made some simulation issues that made our team worried. On simulation we got terrible results that we didn’t even had sight about. We worked hard to clear those issues and finally made the output of our product eco friendly.

How do people get involved/buy into your vision?

 People who love automobiles and those who have futuristic vision can join us. We are a team of people who have the vision to create revolution in technology about future and to change the world. And also we do look for investments. You can contact our team anytime by the contact page in our site.

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