Batteries for Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

Batteries for Hybrid & Electric Vehicles
( 混合动力车及电动车电池 )

2018年10月17日~18日


 

随著各国政府政策及技术进步,推动了全球汽车电动化发展,而电池技术的进步亦成为商业成功关键。混合动力车及零排放电动车,对于大众汽车市场、小型车及大型车应用等来说,高能源密度的先进电池呈现庞大商机。本届Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) Asia中,汽车产业的汽车及电池技术人员、业务开发专业人员,将针对各项种要议题展开讨论。

 

Final Agenda

Wednesday, October 17

13:0Registration

MARKET DEVELOPMENT OF xEV BATTERIES

14:00 Chairperson's Introduction: xEV Market Expansion

Menahem Anderman, PhD, President, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.

14:10 Toyota's Views on Electrification of Major World Vehicle Markets

Michael Lord, Executive Engineer, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing, NA

In the race towards electrified transportation, multiple regional and national policies are pushing and pulling OEM product strategies, often in different directions. Every OEM is looking to align electrified product strategy, not just with these policies, but also market conditions. This presentation will review Toyota's view on this topic and will touch upon worldwide sales trends, our expectations of market pull for different xEV technologies, and what the future might have in store.

14:35 Key Factors Affecting xEV Implementation

Ted Miller, Senior Manager of Energy Storage Strategy and Research, Ford Motor Company

Vehicle electrification is now occurring apace due to a variety of factors, including regulatory pressure, environmental concerns, and customer preference. There are key economic and technical enablers in play that are helping to usher xEV implementation. However, barriers to universal adoption remain. This presentation will consider what's working (enablers), such as increasing fuel cost and air quality concerns, as well as technical successes, including lower battery cost, increased energy density, and fast charging. Among the barriers, or what's not working, considered are vehicle package compromise, low temperature operating penalty, materials cost, etc.

15:00 Global xEV Market and Supply-Chain Development

Wolfgang Bernhart, PhD, Senior Partner/Automotive, Roland Berger GmbH

15:25 Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

16:05 Key Issues in Promotion of Chinese Plug-In Vehicles and the Differences between Chinese NEVs and Those in the Rest of the World

Mark Lu, PhD, Certified Senior Industrial Analyst, Industrial Economics & Knowledge Center (IEK), Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)

In the past 5 years, the Chinese xEV market has become the biggest plug-in vehicle market in the world. Compared to the US, the promotion of Chinese New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) covers a number of key issues like policies, subsidies and regional promotions. Therefore, this presentation will highlight the differences between Chinese NEVs and those in the rest of the world. In addition, technical & industrial battery requests and the material supply-and-demand relationship will also be covered.

16:30 Latest Analysis of xEV and LIB Battery Technology and Market Trends

Hideo Takeshita, President and CEO, B3 Corporation

BEV/PHEV markets are continuing significant growth in these years with the future tighter environmental regulations as a background. B3 will present results for the latest status of the xEV market, examine the latest status of the LIB suppliers, and describe noteworthy moves including technology trends in this industry.

16:55 Global Leading Battery Manufacturers' Growth and Competition in the EV Market

Kenny Kim, CEO, SNE Research

The presentation will cover:

  • The technical and business strategy of the top four xEV battery producers: Samsung SDI, LG Chemical, CATL and Panasonic.
  • Battery Supply Chain management and Profitability at present and the future.
  • Shortage situation of battery and material

17:20 Q&A

17:45 Networking Reception in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

18:45 Close of Day

Thursday, October 18

8:30 Morning Coffee

BATTERIES FOR HYBRID AND ELECTRIC VEHICLES

9:00 Chairperson's Opening Remarks

Heinz-Willi Vassen, Director, C/EE Development Electric/Electronics, Audi China

9:05 Battery Development for the New Camry HV

Takanori Soejima, Assistant Manager, Battery Materials Engineering and Research Division, Toyota Motor Corporation

Shuta Ito, Assistant Manager, EHV Battery Design Division, Toyota Motor Corporation

The New Camry HV, released in 2017, introduced the lithium-ion battery with higher capability than those of the previous Camry HV. It also enables higher comfortableness for passengers by downsized package. We would discuss the development of the battery for the New Camry HV, including results from the safety and reliability evaluations.

9:30 Battery Requirements and Solutions for the Chinese xEV Market

Heinz-Willi Vassen, Director, C/EE Development Electric/Electronics, Audi China

9:55 NEV Li-Ion Battery Technology Development for China and the Major World Markets

Keith Kepler, PhD, CTO, Farasis Energy, Inc.

The global trend of vehicle electrification is being driven by a variety of forces including regulatory pressure, environmental concerns and customer demand. How these forces influence OEM NEV product decisions vary from market to market as they try to best meet these requirements, preferably with a global strategy. Li-ion battery manufacturers need to consider the different priorities that emerge as they plan their technology development strategy. This presentation will give an overview of Li-ion battery technology development at Farasis to provide solutions for the global EV market.

10:20 Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

10:50 Can Batteries Support Ambitious Vehicle Electrification?

Menahem Anderman, PhD, President, Total Battery Consulting, Inc.

This presentation will assess the battery technology that is necessary to power the expanding EV Market. It will show that while xEV market expansion is now unstoppable, the pace of growth for each of the of xEV architectures is tied to i) regional-government regulations, ii) battery and vehicle technology and cost development, and iii) consumer eagerness. Li-ion batteries have been on a continuous path of technology improvement and cost reduction for 27 years. We will explore how much further the technology can evolve and whether or not a shift to a different chemistry or a drastic change in electrolyte, anode, or cathode composition are feasible in the next 8-10 years.

11:25 New Laser Developments for EV Materials Processing

Shigeto Mizutani, Market Development Manager, Coherent Japan, Inc.

Laser has been expected as a cost- and energy-saving process tool that enables material processing more precise and faster. Batteries, especially for EV, are demanded to be lighter weight with higher capacity. Coherent is introducing new laser developments for EV materials processing utilizing the unique process expertise and know-how.

11:45 Continued Glimpses into xEV Batteries on the Market - AVL Series Battery Benchmarking

Wenzel Prochazka, Manager, Battery Benchmarking Program, AVL List GmbH

The Program provides a database for objective comparison in technical attributes as well as in engineering methodology with market competitors for clear system target definition of high performing, reliable and safe batteries. 270 different criteria are evaluated through AVL benchmarking metrics displayed in 8 high level attributes. The found integrated system performance values in cell, mechanical and electrical system are pointed out to support current and future development programs. Example vehicles are the Tesla Model 3, Volkswagen e-Golf and Chevrolet Bolt.

12:10 Q&A

12:35 Networking Lunch in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing

 

SPECIALTY EV MARKET DEMAND

14:00 Chairperson's Remarks

Mo-Hua Yang, General Manager, TD HiTech Energy, Inc.; President, EnergyBus e.V.

14:05 China Specialty EV and EV Battery Field: Production, Market Growth and R&D Activities

Jiqiang Wang, PhD, Director, China Industrial Association of Power Sources (CIAPS), China

This presentation will examine the Chinese specialty EV and EV battery market growth and current R&D activities.

14:30 Honda Mobile Power Pack World Energy Innovation in Mobility and Living for the Sustainable Future

Minoru Noguchi, Manager, International Standardization Planning Department, Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

There are concerns resulting from battery technology in which EVs are short-range, charge time is long, and vehicle cost is high. Honda thinks it rational to expand EVs from small vehicles which can be driven by small batteries. Using the mobile power pack as the core item, we will create a social system infrastructure including electric motorcycles, electric four-wheels, and portable power supplies. This system will make maximum use of renewable energy. This presentation will introduce necessary technologies as an example of a demonstration project developed in Asia.

14:55 Hitachi's R&D Challenges of High Performance Lithium Ion Batteries for Specialty Applications

Takefumi Okumura, PhD, Division Manager, Energy Storage Research Department, Center for Technology Innovation-Materials, Hitachi, Ltd. Research & Development Group

Hitachi has launched lithium ion batteries (LIBs) for use in hybrid delivery trucks, hybrid diesel trains, and hybrid electric vehicle. Major issues of the LIBs are improvements in energy density, safety, and lifetime. In this presentation, we will introduce recent R&D achievements, such as i) 320 Wh/kg-class high energy density LIB, ii) highly safe LIB employing hardly combustible electrolyte, and iii) life prediction model for enhancing the LIB's lifetime.

15:20 Networking Refreshment Break

15:50 Addressing Application Specific Challenges in the Design of Low Voltage Thermal Management Systems

Wei Qu, Director, Technical Account Management, Johnson Controls

Low voltage batteries must address the complexity of vehicle applications and requirements. Johnson Controls provides advanced system engineering capabilities to develop battery systems from requirement analysis, functional decomposition and thermal electrical life performance estimations.

LIGHT ELECTRIC VEHICLE (LEV) BATTERY SYSTEMS

16:15 Li-Ion Battery Development for LEV Applications - Market and Technology

Mo-Hua Yang, General Manager, TD HiTech Energy, Inc.; President, EnergyBus e.V.

In spite of the blooming of EVs, LEV (E-Bike) as E-personal mobility has received attention in the urban mobility for the first and last mile connection to the public transportation system. In order to overcome the material limitation in the further capacity increasing and keeping battery pack system cost down, a new format of standard Li-ion cell 21700 has been proposed by cell and EV manufacturers. The LEV market trend and 18650/21700 Li-ion cell development status will be discussed in this presentation.

16:40 Battery Market for Light Electric Vehicles and Specialty Vehicles

Hiroshi Mukainakano, Vice President, B3 Corporation

LEVs (Light Electric Vehicles, typically weigh less than 100kg) are one of the largest electric vehicle markets. E-Bike and E-Scooters, these utilize the lithium ion battery today and replace the lead-acid battery. The pace of growth in the LEV industry has continued with great strength today. In this session, we present how batteries are used for LEVs and explain battery demand in the near future with market record. In addition, we explain movement of special vehicles such as LSEV (low speed electric vehicle) and special vehicles (fork lifts, golf carts, lawn mowers).

17:05 Q&A

17:30 Closing Remarks

17:35 Close of Conference


* 活动内容有可能不事先告知作更动及调整。


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