Tag: Bühler

Oct 22, 2022 - 05:43 pm

European battery manufacturers launch non-profit ‘Upcell’

The non-profit organisation “Upcell – European Battery Manufacturing Alliance” was recently founded in Paris. The members and partners have set themselves the task of building a European value chain for batteries and thus accelerating the transition to electromobility.

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Sep 15, 2016 - 08:46 am

BiLawE, Mitsubishi, GKN Driveline, Bühler.

BiLawEWireless charging: As part of the project BiLawE, Bosch, the Fraunhofer Institute and GreenIng are developing an inductive charging system with bidirectional capabilities. Using wireless technology, EVs would charge more often and could more easily be used as mobile energy storage devices. The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs funds the undertaking with 2.4m euros.
autocarpro.in, bosch-presse.de

Fixing instead of replacing: Mitsubishi will from now on repair faulty batteries of electric and hybrid cars in Germany, instead of replacing the whole pack. Damaged cells can i.e. be switched out for 1,000 euros and two hours of work.
elektroniknet.de, auto-medienportal.net, mitsubishi-motors.de (articles in German)

Compact EV drivetrain: GKN Driveline announced an optimised drivetrain system for PHEVs, which delivers as much as 65 kW and 2,000 Nm of torque. Measuring only 30 x 32 and weighing a mere 54 kg, the system is very compact. As is the price, since the Brits could leave out some components. The system will go into serial production with a European manufacturer from 2019.
autocar.co.uk, automotiveworld.com

Slurry manufacturing process: Swiss company Bühler will set up two production lines for electrode slurry manufacturing for Chinese battery maker Lishen. The deal is worth 5m francs (5.1m USD) nd already the second this year (we reported), with Lishen looking to open up three new production facilities in China.

May 3, 2016 - 08:54 am

Kreisel Electric, AVL List, Evatran, Bühler.

Kreisel-Electric-Battery FactoryKreisel Electric builds battery factory: The Austrian company mainly known for retrofitting cars with electric drives, is increasing its battery production capabilities. Construction of a new facility named 3K One kicked off yesterday in northern Austria. From March 2017, battery packs with a combined capacity of 800,000 kWh will roll of production lines there annually.
automobil-industrie.vogel.de, focus.de (articles in German)

Putting fuel cells to the test: Austrian AVL List and Canadian company Greenlight Innovation announced their corporation on the development of a test platform for fuel cell drivetrains. The testing system will be suited for passenger cars as well as utility vehicles.

Wireless charging for the Model S: U.S.-based company Evatran will offer its inductive charging system for the Tesla Model S from the end of May. It is already available for the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt. The Tesla-option has a charging capacity of 7.2 kWh and will cost 3,290 dollars.
insideevs.com, autoevolution.com, pluglesspower.com

Battery cooperation: Swiss tech company Bühler received an order from Chinese battery manufacturer Lishen for the installation of four production lines for EV batteries. The Swiss-developed manufacturing process is said to save 60 percent of space and energy, therefore making production much more cost efficient.
cleantech.ch, buhlergroup.com (articles in German)



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22.10.2022 17:12