EV battery thermal management Expo
Senior Flexonics were delighted to be in attendance at this year’s inaugural London EV Show.
Despite strict COVID-19 Restrictions this year’s event was endorsed by 70 exhibitors, 60+ speakers, 2000+ attendees with 700 participating virtually and 1300 taking part in person.
This year’s London EV show was originally due to take place at the Olympia Exhibition Centre. However due to COVID restrictions, the event was moved to the Business Design Centre.
EV battery thermal management was high on the agenda as industry experts and visionaries from around the globe discussed innovation opportunities.
The growing opportunities in the EV battery thermal management are apparent for all to see with high-value actionable content on multiple facets of the EV ecosystem. Designs are ever evolving, and the technology is fast becoming more effective. Senior Flexonics are encouraged to see the advancements within the industry and are firmly at the forefront of this innovation.
Senior Flexonics have a wealth of experience in designing and manufacturing liquid cooled heat exchangers for the land vehicle market. Our EV battery thermal management systems maintain stack temperatures within extremely tight tolerances. Critically important factors are that this system helps to ensure optimum levels of safety, performance, and battery life.
The growth of the EV market is expected to accelerate in the coming years as the UK prepares itself for the 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel vehicle sales.
According to the latest vehicle figures, the EV market is thriving. BEV sales have increased by 88.9% in 2021 and today there are an estimated 400,000 EVs on the road in the UK and 750,000 plug-in hybrids.
Despite the change in venue, there were several electric vehicles on display along with international OEMs in attendance. Tesla showcased their Model 3 and Gunsel presented their B9 vehicle. EV Battery thermal management was a hot topic of conversation, as well as energy storage solutions and developing charging infrastructure.