30 Nov 2023
Schaeffler: Magnet Free Motors
IDTechEx learned more about Schaeffler's magnet free motor technology for electric vehicles.
10 Nov 2023
Rising Star: Commercial Advancements & Developments of SSB
The announcement claimed by Toyota that it had a "technological breakthrough" to resolve durability issues and "a solution for materials" for a solid-state battery (SSB) powering EVs in July 2023 has triggered another wave of interest in SSBs, in addition to the continuous efforts from companies such as BMW, CATL, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, LG, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Panasonic, Samsung, Volkswagen, etc.
11 Sep 2023
Electric Vehicle Market and OEM Performance 2015-H1 2023
Innovation roadmap for the electric vehicle (EV) market and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) performance 2015-H1 2023.
14 Aug 2023
4 Ways to Eliminate Rare Earths in EV Motors and One You Haven't Heard
The use of rare earths in various modern technology has drawn attention over the years. But with the rising demand for electric vehicles (EVs), the issue has been brought to the fore. 82% of the electric car market in 2022 was using electric motors based on rare earth permanent magnets.
9 Jun 2023
EP Tender: A Flexible Power Supply Solution With Many Applications
EP Tender is an early-stage start-up working on an energy ecosystem that can be deployed in many sectors, including as a range extension device in consumer EVs. EP Tender's solution combines IP in robotics, power electronics, interface design, and fleet management. It currently has small-scale deployments of its hardware and is in testing with a major OEM with the ambition of creating a scaled ecosystem.
15 May 2023
B2U Storage Solutions
B2U Storage Solutions (B2U) deploys its own large-scale energy storage systems (ESS) using second-life electric vehicle (EV) batteries and is based in Santa Monica, California (CA), US. IDTechEx caught up with Freeman Hall, President of B2U Storage Solutions, to learn about the company's latest developments.
8 May 2023
Advanced Materials and High-Performance Thermal Pastes
Thermal Interface Materials (TIMs) come in different forms, including thermal pads, thermal grease, gap fillers, thermal paste, and thermal gels. Thermal gel and thermal paste, two of the most commonly used forms, have gained significant momentum over the past several years, especially in the EV, data center, and 5G industries.