In conventional EVs and HEVs, only a small part of the vehicle's kinetic energy can be usefully stored during deceleration. Generally, this storage process can be done by providing energy flow to the main battery of the vehicle. Since batteries work with a chemical reaction, they are not suitable for fast charging and discharging required for regenerative braking. In this case, a fast storage system is needed to store the regenerative braking energy in a short time. As a solution, the flywheel energy storage system (FESS) can be offered.