Low electrical conductivity coolants for EV charging applications (Webinar)

High-voltage charging stations require fluid to cool the internals. The challenge is that the fluid must maintain very low levels of conductivity to avoid short-circuits, etc.

In this session at the Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure to learn about low electrical conductivity coolants that are widely used in major EV charging systems in the EV space.

Reserve your spot—it’s free!


See the full session list for the December Virtual Conference here.

Broadcast live on December 4-6, 2023. This virtual event will span all things EV charging in two main tracks:

  • Track 1: Deploying EV Infrastructure & Fleets
    Content for fleet/facility managers, charging network operators, public transport planners, etc.
  • Track 2: Design & Manufacturing of Charging Systems
    Content for engineers who are building, testing, and manufacturing charging systems.

The free-to-attend conference will feature live presentations, interactive Q&As, on-demand webinars, and whitepaper downloads. All live webcast sessions are free to attend and will be recorded and available to watch on-demand after the event. Register to reserve your spot to watch it live or on-demand.

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