Cambridge EnerTech’s

xEV Battery Technology, Application, and Market
(xEV用バッテリーの技術・用途・市場)

電気自動車(EV):未来の世界規模での成長促進

2023年6月21-22日



世界各地で車両電化が大幅に進むにつれて、自動車メーカーは、将来の厳格な排出規制を満たし、かつ顧客を魅了し、十分な収益も確保できる自動車の開発を、先を争うように進めています。更に、自動車メーカーからの要件を満たすために、業界全体でコスト低下やエネルギー密度上昇、急速充電、安全性・耐久性向上に取り組む必要があります。この会議では、以上のような傾向・課題・機会にどうやって対処し、今後の市場成長につなげるのか、また主要企業ではどうやって目標を達成しているのか、について検討します。

6月21日(水)

Registration Open12:40

Organizer's Remarks14:30

Craig Wohlers, Executive Director, Conferences, Cambridge EnerTech

MARKET EXPANSION OF xEVs AND THEIR BATTERIES
xEVと専用電池:市場の拡大

14:35

Chairperson's Remarks

Arnold Lamm, PhD, Founder & Executive Director, E-Mobility, e-Technologies GmbH

14:40 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:

PowerCo Strategy and Product Development Status

Soonho Ahn, PhD, CTO, PowerCo SE

This presentation will cover the PowerCo's product development status and market strategy.

15:00 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION:

Battery Technologies for Automotive Applications - Trends and Challenges

Peter Lamp, PhD, Head, Research Battery Technology, BMW Group

This presentation will cover BMW’s development strategy on the next and future generation battery cells.

15:20 Accelerate Cell Qualification with The Battery Index

Tal Sholklapper, PhD, Co-Founder & CEO, Voltaiq Inc.

Qualifying cells is key to developing state-of-the-art electrified vehicle platforms which demand cutting-edge technologies to stay competitive. We provide an agile framework OEMs can use to accelerate their cell qualification process, enabling them to reach product launch timelines with the most competitive and highly performant new technologies available. We also provide a case study exemplifying the utility of the database in accelerating engineering and engineering design decisions for the automotive industry.

15:40 MODERATED Q&A:

Session Wrap-Up

PANEL MODERATOR:

Arnold Lamm, PhD, Founder & Executive Director, E-Mobility, e-Technologies GmbH

PANELISTS:

Soonho Ahn, PhD, CTO, PowerCo SE

Peter Lamp, PhD, Head, Research Battery Technology, BMW Group

Tal Sholklapper, PhD, Co-Founder & CEO, Executive, Voltaiq Inc.

Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing16:00

16:30

xEV Batteries Go Circular - An Update

Roland Matthe, Technical Fellow, Global Battery Systems; Manager, Electrical Architecture, Stellantis

Stellantis is progressing in the transformation towards electric propulsion. Progress in battery cell and pack performance is made. Increasing production volumes will result in significant increase in the demand on raw materials and will require reuse of materials recovered in battery recycling when batteries have reached end-of-life. As sustainability is the driver for electrification, all steps along the process need to be evaluated and optimized. This presentation will address sustainability as a goal, battery material options, battery refurbishment, progressing regulation and Circular economy.

16:50

Understanding and Analyzing Battery Pack Energy Density

Andy Oury, Engineering Technical Leader, Battery Packs, General Motors

When engineering or benchmarking complex systems, it’s critical to focus on the right metrics. This is no less true with battery design than with anything else. Because cells are the basic building blocks of any battery system, it’s easy for teams to focus on cell-level metrics only, losing the focus on what’s really important, which is fully-integrated pack and vehicle metrics. Mr. Oury will discuss the different transfer functions that incrementally reduce cell-level energy density as cells are integrated into modules and packs, and will propose a method for energy density benchmarking across disparate battery designs.

Presentation to be Announced17:10

17:30 MODERATED Q&A:

Session Wrap-Up

PANEL MODERATOR:

Arnold Lamm, PhD, Founder & Executive Director, E-Mobility, e-Technologies GmbH

PANELISTS:

Roland Matthe, Technical Fellow, Global Battery Systems; Manager, Electrical Architecture, Stellantis

Andy Oury, Engineering Technical Leader, Battery Packs, General Motors

Networking Reception in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing (Sponsorship Opportunity Available)17:50

Close of Day19:00

6月22日(木)

Registration and Morning Coffee08:30

Organizer's Remarks09:00

Craig Wohlers, Executive Director, Conferences, Cambridge EnerTech

MARKET EXPANSION OF xEVs AND THEIR BATTERIES
xEVと専用電池:市場の拡大

09:05

Chairperson's Remarks

Roland Matthe, Technical Fellow, Global Battery Systems; Manager, Electrical Architecture, Stellantis

09:10

10 Years of Automotive Battery Cell Design - A Statistical and Market Analysis

Christoph Neef, PhD, Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI

Automotive LIB cells have undergone major advancements on all levels, from materials to cell structure in the last years. Based on a unique database on vehicle sales and EV battery properties, we present a statistical analysis of the last 10 years of EV battery market, showing developments in the most important cell design parameters like cell format and energy density leading to cutting edge concepts like 4680 cylindrical or large cell-to-pack type prismatic cells.

09:30

Impacts of the New EU Batteries Regulation on the Development of the Battery Eco-System in Europe

Pau Sanchis, Senior EU Affairs & Policy Manager, Eurobat, Association of European Automotive and Industrial Battery Manufacturers

For the past two years, the trilogue of the European Institutions has been negotiating the legislation that will regulate the whole life cycle of a battery for the next decade. A piece of legislation that was labeled by the European Commission as the new “Environmental legislation 2.0."  Finally, co-legislators have agreed to ambitious targets and tight timelines for the collection of batteries, material recovery, and recycling efficiencies that will have a considerable impact on the industry. Hence, it is of paramount importance the analysis of the outcome of the Batteries Regulation legislative process and its impact for the industry.

09:50

The European Battery Value Chain: Status, Opportunities and Challenges, with Natural Resources and Policy in Focus.

Ilka Von Dalwigk, Policy Manager, European Battery Alliance

Europe leads the world on environmental reform, through the EU’s taxonomy to reduce CO2 emissions by 55% in 2030 vs. 1990 and a net zero 2050 target, with the European Green Deal’s €1.8 trillion of finance supporting an energy transition needed to reach them. Electrification of energy supply requires storage, and batteries are part of the solution. So far, €127 billion has been invested across the value chain with ~80GWh of capacity in 2022 expected to grow to exceed 1TWh by 2030. The new EU Battery Regulation promotes transparency, sustainability and circularity, benefitting European customers and the environment, meaning rapid market growth doesn’t come with negative impact. Such significant targets, however, creates challenges, especially in a newly emerging market with strong reliance on mined natural resource use. This presentation will address the European battery industry status and outlook, and its opportunities and challenges, with a policy context.

10:10 MODERATED Q&A:

Session Wrap-Up

PANEL MODERATOR:

Roland Matthe, Technical Fellow, Global Battery Systems; Manager, Electrical Architecture, Stellantis

PANELISTS:

Christoph Neef, PhD, Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI

Pau Sanchis, Senior EU Affairs & Policy Manager, Eurobat, Association of European Automotive and Industrial Battery Manufacturers

Ilka Von Dalwigk, Policy Manager, European Battery Alliance

Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing10:30

xEV BATTERY TECHNOLOGY
xEV用バッテリー技術

11:05

New Requirements and New Solutions for Multi-Functional Venting Units

Michael Harenbrock, PhD, Principal Expert, Engineering Electric Mobility, MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Multi-functional venting units are essential components in holistic battery safety concepts, enabling pressure equalization between pack interior and environment in regular operation, as well as effective overpressure release during thermal runaway, even  reducing the risk of battery fires. With an increasing variety in battery pack designs and cell chemistries, the functionality of venting units must be adapted accordingly. This presentation will show current trends and solutions in venting unit engineering.

11:25

Ultra Fast-Charging Redesigning the Battery and Thermal System

Wenzel Prochazka, PhD, Senior Product Manager, Battery Systems, AVL List GmbH

Designing an ultra fast-charging battery is challenging not only the electrochemistry, but the whole thermal pathway from the electrode to the radiator on the vehicle. AVL has explored different topologies and its specific challenges over the years. To meet all the targets ranging from performance, safety, lifetime and cost, we have come up with innovative combinations of 2phase cooling systems and component design.

11:45 Grain Boundary Enriched Cathode Products gNMC & gNCA with Cobalt Ladders: Cost and Performance Comparisons

Kenan Sahin, PhD, President & Founder, CAMX Power

The CAMX Power invented and patented grain boundary enrichment of high nickel cathode materials (GEMX) allows for lower Cobalt while maintaining and even improving performance.  We will present cost and performance profiles for gNMC and gNCA with 15%, 10%, and 5% Cobalt, which may be useful for supplying different EV models.  This product family approach could make choosing a cathode composition easier for a planned EV model.   

12:05 MODERATED Q&A:

Session Wrap-Up

PANEL MODERATOR:

Roland Matthe, Technical Fellow, Global Battery Systems; Manager, Electrical Architecture, Stellantis

PANELISTS:

Michael Harenbrock, PhD, Principal Expert, Engineering Electric Mobility, MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Wenzel Prochazka, PhD, Senior Product Manager, Battery Systems, AVL List GmbH

Kenan Sahin, PhD, President & Founder, CAMX Power

Networking Lunch12:25

Dessert Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing - Last Chance for Viewing13:25

xEV BATTERY TECHNOLOGY
xEV用バッテリー技術

14:00

Chairperson's Remarks

Christian Rosenkranz, PhD, Vice President, Government Relations, EMEA, Clarios

14:05

Next-Gen EV Batteries Based on Immersion Cooling and a New Fluid 

Arnold Lamm, PhD, Founder & Executive Director, E-Mobility, e-Technologies GmbH

What is the best compromise regarding the KPIs Energy Densities (Wh/ltr./Wh/kg), Safety (especially thermal propagation), Fast Charging capabilities, Lifetime, and Cost based on a given skateboard platform of an EV-car? This presentation will show new design approaches based on an immersion-cooled battery and a new fluid with high fire resistance. Test results regarding the cooling performance at a fast charging profile will be pointed out. Furthermore, safety test results show new possibilities to prevent thermal propagation.

14:25

The Future of Anode-Free Lithium Metal Battery as the Technology to Improve the Energy Density of EV Batteries

Franklin Lingga, Battery Technology Engineer, BMW Group

Due to its superior energy density and safety in comparison to conventional lithium metal batteries, the anode-free lithium metal battery is being evaluated as a leading contender for the next generation of energy storage systems. However, its practical implementation is hampered by the ongoing production of Solid Electrolyte Interface (SEI) or isolated Li. Because it can't conduct electricity to the current collector, isolated Li is typically regarded electrochemically inert. In this work, we demonstrate an unusual occurrence in which the capacity seems to be restored after a number of cycling events when the isolated Li re-establishes contact with a deposited Li metal layer. To the chemical induction of the block copolymer covering is attributed the isolated Li reconnection. Elevated electron cloud densities and delocalized electrons in a polymer can influence Li+ migration as well as to introduce new method to improve the energy density through alternatively new design of future EV batteries.

14:45 Retrofitting a Production Vehicle with an Immersion-Cooled Battery

Gerard Quoirin, PhD, Product Engineer, Battery Specialist, Battery Fluids, TotalEnergies Lubriciants

On a Volvo XC90 PHEV, TotalEnergies specialists changed its cooling system to a cooling  system by immersion to create a car with better performances, greater safety and a fast charge without any change on the battery architecture. For the first time, the benefits of immersion cooling are directly compared with conventional cooling solutions using real data and based on a mass-produced vehicle, not only based on simulations. 

15:05 MODERATED Q&A:

Session Wrap-Up

PANEL MODERATOR:

Christian Rosenkranz, PhD, Vice President, Government Relations, EMEA, Clarios

PANELISTS:

Franklin Lingga, Battery Technology Engineer, BMW Group

Arnold Lamm, PhD, Founder & Executive Director, E-Mobility, e-Technologies GmbH

Gerard Quoirin, PhD, Product Engineer, Battery Specialist, Battery Fluids, TotalEnergies Lubricants

Coffee Break15:25

AUTOMOTIVE LOW-VOLT ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS
自動車用の低電圧エネルギー貯蔵システム

15:40

Low Voltage Battery Development for the Next-Gen xEVs

Christian Kuper, Manager, Li-ion Modeling & Requirements, Clarios

The strong transition towards electrified vehicles confronts batteries for low voltage power-net with a significantly changed set of requirements. While the 12 V batteries for BEV and PHEV can be reduced in size and capacity compared to traditional starter batteries, they have to comply to specific performance and functional safety requirements. In particular low temperature fallback load support maintaining a narrow voltage window poses a specific challenge to the battery technology.

16:00

48V mHEV Batteries - Boundary Conditions and Example for Application

Horst Mettlach, Global Tech Specialist Propulsion Electrification, Stellantis

EU CO2 emission reduction targets are the main motivation for introduction of mHEV with 48V batteries in Europe. Depending on the 48V mHEV hybrid architecture P0 to P4, different functions like pure electric driving, in addition to regenerative braking and boosting need to be enabled by the 48V battery. The paper will describe the different requirements, the design and validation of the 48V mHEV battery for a selected application.

16:20

Advantages of Lead xEV Batteries for Functional Safety Applications

Olaf Sielemann, Director, Engineering EMEA, Clarios

Future vehicle applications, independent of the propulsion type, will have new requirements for the low-voltage power net architecture. One key element will be the stability of the low-voltage power net for autonomies driving functions. In emergency cases, a redundant energy source must be available for the safe operation of the vehicle. This presentation will carry out the advantages of lead-based batteries as a redundant energy source for those functions.

16:40 MODERATED Q&A:

Session Wrap-Up

PANEL MODERATOR:

Christian Rosenkranz, PhD, Vice President, Government Relations, EMEA, Clarios

PANELISTS:

Christian Kuper, Manager, Li-ion Modeling & Requirements, Clarios

Horst Mettlach, Global Tech Specialist Propulsion Electrification, Stellantis

Olaf Sielemann, Director, Engineering EMEA, Clarios

Close of Conference17:00

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