Lithium-ion cells: three forms to face electric challenges

Lithium-ion cells shapes to face new electric challenges   Developed more than 25 years ago, the various lithium-ion cells used in batteries are widespread and are present in our daily objects and devices. In the race to decarbonise, electricity is the major...

Future of electric vehicles: between reluctance and incentive

The future of electric vehicles if full of promise. While consumers still express some reluctance, forecasts predict a strong growth market. To achieve this, manufacturers are stepping up their efforts and countries are putting in place incentive policies to meet the...

a BTMS 2.0 to optimise the battery performances

What is the BTMS?   The BTMS comes from a BMS, an electronic system located inside the battery. Integrated among technologies using rechargeable batteries, the Battery Management System allows the battery functions to work properly and acts as a regulator. Used...

When dielectric liquids overshadow glycol water

Dielectric liquids or fluids, hereafter a quick definition:   Dielectric liquids refer for example to an insulating oil or an insulating liquid. These liquids are most often derived from organic compounds originally from natural products such as vegetable oils or...

e-Mersiv selected by Porsche

E-MERSIV TECHNOLOGY CHOSEN BY PORSCHE AMONG 53 START-UPS BPI France and Business France in collaboration with the Porsche group have set up a competition giving the opportunity to 53 French start-ups to present innovative solutions related to the manufacturer’s...

California: Mandatory quota of zero emissions vehicles by 2024 

California is working on a plan to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet its climate change goals. As part of this approach, the California Air Resources Board, has decided to impose quotas on heavy-duty vehicles weighing more than 3,850 kg. The...