IFP Energies nouvelles focussing on battery modeling for green vehicles. IFP Energies nouvelles is working overtime to address battery durability challenges, especially lithium-ion batteries.
A concerted effort has been undertaken by the automotive industry across the globe to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Emission reduction is a massive challenge for automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and automotive components manufacturers as green gashouse emissions have brought a bad name to the automotive industry. Internal combustion engine vehicles are principally held responsible for CO2 emissions. Clearly, green vehicles are the need of the hour for the myriad benefits such vehicles offer. Green vehicles are eco-friendly cars and ensure lower total cost of ownership. Eco friendly vehicles are preferred by consumers since they feel an obligation of contribute to the society by doing their bit from the environmentally-friendly perspective. The lithium-ion car battery is undergoing advancements and a considerable amount of work is on to address battery durability challenges. IFP Energies nouvelles is focussing on longer life battery modeling to ensure green vehicle have a longer life. This work by IFP Energies nouvelles will go a long way in ensuring better battery solutions for the industry.
Reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions is a major challenge facing the world’s automakers. To address this issue, manufacturers have developed new technologies such as hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and pure electric vehicles (EV).