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Low Voltage Electrification Summit - Sponsorship Prospectus

Low Voltage Electrification Summit - Sponsorship Prospectus

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Low Voltage Vehicle Electrification Summit - Anticipated Attendee Snapshot

Low Voltage Vehicle Electrification Summit - Anticipated Attendee Snapshot

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3rd Low Voltage Vehicle Electrification Summit Agenda SPEX

3rd Low Voltage Vehicle Electrification Summit Agenda SPEX

Welcome to the 3rd Annual Low Voltage Electrification Conference! With the focus of the Automotive Industry sharply changing towards higher vehicle electrification, we have to assume that dependency on fossil fuels will become a thing of the past. Download the full brochure and help to recharge the U.S. automotive industry!

Battery R&D Roadmap 2030

Battery R&D Roadmap 2030

This Roadmap is focused on e-mobility, covering all vehicles with a certain degree of hybridization and electrification, from start-stop vehicles to full electric vehicles. Each vehicle typeplaces a different set of demands on the installed battery. Courtesy of EUROBAT, the Association of European Automotive and Industrial Battery Manufacturers.

Embracing a New Horizon of Energy Applications

Embracing a New Horizon of Energy Applications

Discussing with us the advances in energy storage for transportation is George Crabtree, Director, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR) at Argonne National Laboratory. George speaks about the limitations of current vehicle power supply systems, benefits of advanced lead acid over a lithium ion battery for powering the future vehicle, and what is currently being worked on at the Argonne National Laboratory, and more!

48V In The Heavy Duty Segment

48V In The Heavy Duty Segment

Yann Boëté, Power Electronics Specialist & Global System Responsible, Electrical Power Management System at Volvo Group, shares a current evaluation of 48V systems and addresses the different kinds of system architecture required for HD.