Automotive Battery Technology

All OEMs  have the same wishes when it comes to batteries. They are all looking for a battery with

  • the highest energy density,
  • the best safety factor,
  • and longest life in term of discharge cycles and ease of maintenance,

while still being environmentally friendly.

These are the drivers behind rechargeable battery development around the world today; lithium ion continuing to be a strong market, with worldwide sales of $36 billion in 2008 rising to $51 billion by 2013. The development of the automotive battery is seen as the new core competency for OEMs while they develop hybrid electric vehicles and electric vehicles.

With e-mobility at the centre of political discussion, the automotive battery market gets increased attention; the research within this field motivates the ongoing optimization of automotive battery technologies.

To provide input in this key research area, IQPC will be focusing on the major developments in the field of Li-Ion Battery research as well as a variety of application challenges. Find out how businesses are responding to this challenge, from automobile manufacturers to automotive battery manufacturers and material suppliers.

INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT BATTERY TECHNOLOGY?
4th International Congress Automotive Battery Technology
Don’t miss the “4th International Congress on Automotive Battery Technology”, taking place 09-11 May 2011 at the Dorint Pallas Wiesbaden, Germany.
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