Smith sees a bright future in electric trucks on the horizon, but must wade through a sea of speculation to get there.
The charging experts talk workplace EVSE: free vs fee, Level 1 or 2, ROI, networking and more.
The Chicago-based firm thinks it may have a better solution to the complexity and cost of battery thermal management systems.
The German start-up wants to make public charging deployment more efficient.
Intertek’s Rich Byczek on two of the biggest safety concerns centered around batteries.
Wireless charging is one of the hottest topics in the EV world these days. Several companies have systems on the path to commercial availability.
Cell balancing is a key feature in modern battery management system design.
Jeff Hemphill talks eAxles, two-speed transmissions, in-wheel motors and more.
Those who live in MUDs face great difficulties getting at-home access to charging stations.
The electronically-switched reluctance motor has been gaining in popularity over the last decade because it is simple, robust, and arguably the least expensive of all motor types to manufacture.
Neal Roche summarizes some critical EVSE safety issues uncovered by Gridtest Systems.
ANSYS's new release enables engineers to blend system simulation with a computational fluid dynamics approach.
Wildcat is a venture-backed start-up with proprietary methods for rapidly synthesizing energy-storage materials.
After decades of patent-protected breakthroughs, PolyPlus stands poised to make its first commercial move from its trio of power-dense battery technologies: lithium-sulfur, lithium-water, and lithium-air.
An overview of regenerative braking and how it is accomplished with the most common motors used in EVs.