‘What is the DC fast charge rate needed for BEVs to accelerate market growth?’ Almost half the audience wanted 100 miles per minute, the equivalent of a slow conventional refuelling stop. Many participants thought 20 miles per minute was still acceptable; few were ready to settle for less. According to Tarnowsky there is a chicken-and-egg problem here: to make growing the charging infrastructure worthwhile, charging systems need to be in use all the time.Continue reading
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- 650 delegates
- Representatives from 16 countries
- 80 exhibitors
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‘What’s the best electrification option for trucks?’ Almost 40% of the audience opted for PHEV, followed by HEV at around 25% and fuel cell at 20%. BEV and 48V HEVs were favoured by just 10% of participants respectively, despite the fact that FCA is factoring 48V into its planning.Continue reading
The first question for participants of the CTI SYMPOSIUM USA was ‘How much range does a BEV SUV need to be a viable product?’ The audience voted via a smartphone app, with a clear majority (45%) favoring 300 to 400 miles. Even 250 miles was only enough for a small minority (5%).Continue reading
Over 650 transmission, EV & HEV experts from almost 20 countries met up at the CTI SYMPOSIUM USA to discuss the latest trends and developments in the automobile transmissions sector. If you couldn’t make it and would like to see some impressions of the CTI SYMPOSIUM, go and click the link below!
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Forecast: Motor vehicle transmission and powertrain parts revenue in the USA 2010-2022 – Did you know? #7
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