Bringing a commercially and technically feasible xEV drivetrain to market requires an OEM to make a number of trade-offs – between the cost, vehicle attributes and vehicle range. This paper examines how OEMs can approach these key decisions and potential supporting technologies.
In this paper, we look at the advantages that decentralized energy (DE) systems offer to the Asia-Pacific as compared to the traditional power generation model and provide insights to governments, utilities, and developers looking to electrify poor and/or remote areas of the region.
This landmark multi-client research study conducted by Ricardo Strategic Consulting was launched in June 2011 in association with Kevin J. Lindemer LLC, and involved participation of some of the world’s leading energy and technology companies and organizations.
Identifying the most attractive investment opportunities and best possible suppliers in the rapidly developing battery systems market. This article focuses primarily on choosing a good supplier, although a few introductory points will be made on technology choices, based on Ricardo’s considerable experience in hybridized and electrified powertrains
A research report published by Ricardo and National Grid demonstrating the market potential for an electric plug-in vehicle fleet of the future to provide balancing services to the power grid on a commercial basis, returning value to vehicle owners while improving the carbon efficiency of grid operation.
The Automotive Technology Roadmap is a unique collaboration between automotive business publisher SupplierBusiness, part of the IHS Global Insight group, and Ricardo providing a comprehensive overview of the emerging technologies that will shape the future of the auto industry through the next decade and beyond.
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