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Conclusions of the 1st i-HeCoBatt Webinar

On the past 4th of November of 2021, the i-HeCoBatt team organised the first project webinar on the safety and standards of batteries in Electric Vehicles (EV). The event counted with the participation of 53 attendees representing “Research and Development Organizations”, “Public Authorities”, “SME’s” and other organisations.

This meeting (moderated by LOMARTOV) offered an excellent opportunity to disseminate the project results, share experiences of other invited speakers, and also learn from related EU funded projects in terms of safety and standards.

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Impact of the cooling system in the i-HeCoBatt Project

Fig 1:Driving profile executed on CEA’s test bench

Electric vehicule are bring into focus to be a green and clean car. New concept of car with more safety, comfort and reliability. The mains challenges on the subject are the price and autonomous. Ihecobatt project keeps focus on these two aspects. These can be upgrade by eco-conception and energy management. The battery pack needs to have a thermal management. The goal of a thermal management system is to deliver a battery pack at an optimum average temperature. CEA works consist in characterizing, understanding and optimizing the new heat exchanger management with CIDETEC. The efficient and eco conception of the hardware part are realized by MIBA with AUDI and CEA support.

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The scope of the i-HeCoBatt Economic & Environmental Studies

According to the European Environmental Agency, transport is responsible for approximately 30% of the EU’s total CO2 emissions, of which 72% comes from road transportation. Indeed, CO2 emissions from passenger transport represent the highest contribution, accounting for around 61% of the total related to road transport in Europe (European Parliament, 2019a). In this regard, the EU has set a sever goal to reduce 60% of this sort of emissions (from transport) by 2050, compared to 1990 levels (European Parliament, 2019b).

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i-HeCoBatt, disseminated at the University of Cambridge

On June 14, Erasmo Cadena, Sustainability Manager at Vertech Group and PhD in Environmental Science and Postdoctoral Researcher, attended the seminar ‘Sustainability, Critical Points and Challenges‘, hosted by the Cambridge University (United Kingdom).

At this event, Erasmo presented, among other contents, the project i-HeCoBatt, its main objectives and scope and he distributed as well some brochures.

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