Latest developments in electric vehicle battery packs – WEBCASTSign in for replay
This webcast will discuss some of the most promising technologies for Li-ion battery packs. It will cover the latest market trends, technology trends, forecasts, and describe the supply chain related to the Li-ion battery pack and its components.
A battery pack is the most expensive part of an electric vehicle (EV), storing electrical energy to provide power.
It is a complex system, comprising a wide range of components such as cells, battery management systems (BMS), thermal management systems, safety components, electrical interconnections, and housings.
The rising demand for and adoption of EVs is driving massive demand for battery packs and their components. This will provide a huge business opportunity for players involved in the battery pack supply chain. According to Yole Group, the total annual demand in GWh for Li-ion battery packs for battery EVs (BEVs), plug-in hybrid EVs (PHEVs), electric buses, and electric trucks will grow almost fivefold from 270 GWh in 2021 to reach around 1300 GWh by 2027.
Shalu Agarwal, PhD
Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Power Electronics and Battery
Shalu Agarwal, PhD is Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Power Electronics and Battery at Yole Group.
Based on India, Shalu is engaged in the development of technology & market products as well as the development of custom consulting studies.
Shalu has more than 12 years’ experience in Electronic Material Chemistry. Before joining Yole Group, she worked as a project manager and research professor in the field of electronic materials, batteries and inorganic chemistry.
Shalu Agarwal received her master’s and PhD degree in Chemistry from the Indian institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee (India).