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ABB orders AFC Energy fuel cell systems for high-power EV charging

ABB has placed an order with AFC Energy for its S Series hydrogen fuel cell system. The order is worth £4 million, and the system is scheduled for delivery in early 2023. ABB will use the first 200 kW S Series system, which can be fueled with either hydrogen or ammonia, for high-power EV charging,… Read more »

Castrol and Williams Advanced Engineering to develop thermal fluids for EVs

Castrol and Williams Advanced Engineering are partnering to develop high-performance EV fluids. Castrol will become the official supplier of EV thermal fluids for WAE’s electrification programs and motorsport activities such as Formula E, Extreme E, Pure ETCR and Le Mans Daytona h. The partnership will initially focus on Williams’s motorsport activities, but the companies will… Read more »

Protecting Automotive Electronics, Motors and Electrical Systems Through Creative Chemistry

From extreme environmental protection to thermal load management and insulation, the need in in the automotive industry to protect, insulate, bond and increase performance for electronics, motors and batteries has never been greater. At ELANTAS PDG, we provide full-system solutions to serve as a problem-solving partner on current and/or future automotive electronic, motor or battery… Read more »

Jankel and Williams Advanced Engineering partner to electrify US military vehicle fleets

Jankel, a manufacturer of defense and security systems, is collaborating with Williams Advanced Engineering to provide services and technologies to contractors in the US defense market. The two companies will work on joint projects to electrify legacy and new military vehicle fleets across the US Department of Defense.   South-Carolina based Jankel Tactical Systems has extensive… Read more »

TE Connectivity launches new connectors and charging inlets

TE Connectivity has launched three new products for the hybrid and electric commercial transportation market. The new IPT-HD power bolt connector performs in temperatures ranging from -40 to +125 degrees Celsius and, thanks to its low-contact-resistance design, can withstand excessively high engine-level vibrations. The IPT-HD connector features a new shielding that complies with ISO and… Read more »

Lower real EV inverter cost without compromising safety, quality, or test coverage

In the evolving world of eMobility one thing remains constant – the inverter is the heart and soul of electric vehicles. When it comes to testing inverters, the trend has been to pull tests further up the development cycle, using virtualization to simulate components at lower costs and test scenarios faster than in-vehicle field testing…. Read more »

Taiga electric snowmobiles and personal watercraft to come with ABB chargers

Taiga Motors, a Montreal-based startup that was founded in 2015, plans to begin delivery of its electric snowmobiles this winter season and to bring its Orca electric personal watercraft to the market next spring. The skyrocketing sales of “powersports” vehicles may take a disproportionate toll on the environment, because many of these vehicles are not… Read more »

Pasadena’s Marengo Charging Plaza has 24 Tesla Superchargers and 20 Tritium 50 kW fast chargers

The city of Pasadena, California has unveiled what it claims is the largest public DC fast charging location in the US. The Marengo Charging Plaza, located on the rooftop level of a public parking garage, has 24 Tesla Superchargers and 20 Tritium 50 kW DC fast chargers. Parking customers can pay for charging using the… Read more »

Tesla Cybertruck may be more aerodynamic than expected – Elon Musk says it could deliver a 0.30 Cd

Once they got over the smashed windows, the next thing many of the Cybertruck’s detractors focused on was its unconventional boxy shape. At first glance, the vehicle surely looks un-aerodynamic, which would be a serious drawback for any EV. However, as more information emerges, it turns out that the Cybertruck’s angular form might be almost… Read more »

Read past issues of Charged – Electric Vehicles Magazine

Issue 61: July-September 2022 Featuring: Cadillac’s ambitious move to an all-electric luxury brand by 2030 Power electronics thermal limits and how to not exceed them TWAICE battery analytics platform promises enormously valuable insights at every point in a battery’s lifecycle The redesigned federal EV tax credit and other EV-related measures ConnectDER and Siemens Partner to… Read more »