The primary function of EV charging is to recharge the battery and maintain a vehicle's mobility. Some electric cars (EV) include a charger that can convert alternating current (AC) electricity into DC and then transfer that power to the vehicle's charging port. It balances the supply and demand of electricity and reduces the requirement for electricity generation with the help of charging time optimization. EV charging uses a connected connection and a control system to safely charge electrical vehicles by drawing power from the local power grid. It works by converting the current from AC to DC in order to charge the battery of the an ev.