EV Technology for Specialty Transportation

High-Energy Battery Development for Light to Heavy Duty Applications

June 24-25, 2019


Hybrid and Zero-emission EV’s for light-to-heavy duty transportation applications present great commercial opportunities for advanced high-energy batteries. Battery requirements vary with the application and offer viable alternatives for multiple technologies. In this track, we will discuss the development of hybrid and electric vehicle battery systems and the latest developments in advanced batteries to be commercialized within this transportation battery market while assessing consumer demand, competing technologies, and overcoming the challenges to commercialization.

Preliminary Agenda

INNOVATIONS IN BATTERY SYSTEMS & CHARGING FOR SPECIALITY APPLICATIONS

BMS Requirements for High Energy and High Power EV Battery Packs

Anil Paryani, PhD, CEO, Auto Motive Power

Thermal and Stress Analysis of a Battery Pack for a Light Weight Sports Car

Kaushik Illa, Global Application Specialist, e-Powertrain, Siemens PLM Software

Method for the Investigation of the Optimal Cell Size — Application to a New Electric Vehicle Concept for Sub-Saharan Africa

Xue Lin, Research Associate, Institute of Automotive Technology, Technical University of Munich

Data-Pieces Based Battery Parameter Identification and Useful Remaining Life Estimation

Chris Mi, PhD, Professor and Chair, San Diego State University

LIB CHEMISTRIES AND ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Direct Comparisons of the Power Capability of Lithium-Ion Batteries and Supercapacitors

Andrew Burke, PhD, Research Engineer, Institute for Transportation Studies, University of California-Davis

OEM & USER PERSPECTIVES ON SPECIALTY BATTERY DEVELOPMENT

Implementation of Energy Storage Systems into Off-Road and Heavy-Duty Hybrid Electric Drivetrains

Wellington Kwok, PhD, Senior Engineering Specialist, Caterpillar

San Diego Metropolitan Transit System Zero Emission Bus (ZEB) Pilot Program

Michael Wygant, Director of Fleet and Facilities Maintenance, San Diego Metropolitan Transit System

FAST CHARGE & GRID-SCALE ENERGY STORAGE

How to Predict Revenues More Accurately to Ensure Bankability of Large Scale Grid Applications Energy Storage

Haresh Kamath, Senior Program Manager for Distributed Energy Resources (DER) at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

Energy Storage Systems Based on Prussian Blue Batteries for EV Fast Charge Support

Colin Wessells, PhD, CEO, Natron Energy

INNOVATION IN SECOND LIFE APPLICATIONS

Extracting Value from Second-Life Electric Vehicle Batteries

Na Jiao, Technology Analyst, IDTechX




For more details on the conference, please contact:
Craig Wohlers

Executive Director, Conferences

Cambridge EnerTech

Phone: (+1) 781-247-6260
Email: cwohlers@cambridgeenertech.com

 

For partnering and sponsorship information, please contact:
Sherry Johnson

Senior Manager, Business Development

Cambridge EnerTech

Phone: (+1) 781-972-1359
Email: sjohnson@cambridgeenertech.com

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