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Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure: new December 2023 session topics announced

New session topics for the December 2023 Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure are out now. This virtual event will span all things EV charging in two main tracks: Featuring speakers from organizations including: The free-to-attend conference will be broadcast December 4 – 6, 2023, featuring live presentations, interactive Q&As, on-demand webinars, and whitepaper downloads…. Read more »

Tomorrow’s webinar: Multiscale design of a battery thermal management system

What if you could manage battery pack temperature, prevent quick degradation and thermal runaway, while reducing the risk of lithium plating and improving fast-charging capabilities for low temperatures? Creating a reliable system for managing the temperature of a battery pack is not an easy task. Using multi-level modeling and multiphysics simulations, Siemens offers an integrated… Read more »

Webinar: Multi-scale design of a battery thermal management system

What if you could manage battery pack temperature, prevent quick degradation and thermal runaway, while reducing the risk of lithium plating and improving fast-charging capabilities for low temperatures? Creating a reliable system for managing the temperature of a battery pack is not an easy task. Using multi-level modeling and multiphysics simulations, Siemens offers an integrated… Read more »

CharIN launches new taskforce for wireless power transfer

The Charging Interface Initiative (CharIN) is a global alliance of EV and EVSE providers that promotes universal charging standards such as CCS, MCS and ISO 15118. Now CharIN has launched a Wireless Power Transfer Taskforce, initiated by Siemens, WiTricity, and MAHLE, in order to drive the adoption and standardization of wireless charging solutions for EVs…. Read more »

US fleet operators call on states to adopt ACT and ACC rules to accelerate the shift to EVs

Will the US commercial fleet industry embrace the benefits of electrification, or will it be dragged kicking and screaming into the EV era? Recently we’ve seen some encouraging signs that the staunch opposition that some EV advocates fear is not materializing. A coalition of commercial fleet operators has sent an open letter to the governors… Read more »

ev.energy secures $33 million in Series B funding for EV grid integration

London-headquartered charging platform provider ev.energy plans to expand its global operations. The focus will be on building its reach in North America and Europe, using $33 million in Series B funding from National Grid Partners. Support is expected from Aviva Ventures, WEX Venture Capital, InMotion Ventures and existing investors Energy Impact Partners, Future Energy Ventures… Read more »

Accelerating Electric Drive Engineering With An Integrated Multiphysics Design Workflow

Predicting motor electromagnetics, noise, heat transfer, stresses, or simulating specific phenomena on an electric drive is technologically challenging and requires new fields of expertise and mindsets. Siemens offers an integrated multiphysics workflow for electric drive engineering. In this 60-minute webinar, Sudhi Uppuluri and Benoit Magneville from Siemens explain how a collaborative and flexible ecosystem connects… Read more »

Accelerating EV engineering with an integrated multiphysics design workflow (Webinar)

Predicting motor electromagnetics, noise, heat transfer, stresses, or simulating specific phenomena on an electric drive is technologically challenging and requires new fields of expertise and mindsets. Join this webinar, at our Spring Virtual Conference on EV Engineering, where Sudhi Uppuluri and Benoit Magneville from Siemens explain how a collaborative and flexible ecosystem connects the toolsets… Read more »

US Postal Service finally places an order for EVs—but there’s a catch

After a two-year campaign to avoid electrifying its fleet, the US Postal Service has announced plans to do what it should have done in 2021. The agency will purchase 9,250 off-the-shelf Ford E-Transits as a first batch of replacements for its 30-year-old Grumman LLV delivery vehicles. Delivery of the EVs is expected to begin this… Read more »