Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
Wednesday, February 5 to Friday February 7, 2014
AABC 2014 - AABTAM Symposium: Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market - Session 1
xEV and xEV-Battery Market
Government involvement in EVs and PHEVs has propelled the advanced-vehicle industry forward. Hybrid offerings are expanding and most carmakers have launched their first PHEV and EV models. But what level of government involvement is sustainable and what will be the impact of potential policy changes on the industry? In this session, independent industry observers and representatives of both governments and carmakers will assess the various market-growth scenarios for the proposed electrified-vehicle configurations and their impact on the advanced automotive battery industry.
Session Chairman:Dr. Menahem Anderman, President
, Advanced Automotive Batteries
President of Advanced Automotive Batteries and founder of Total Battery Consulting, Inc., Dr. Anderman has led the development and commercialization of high-power Ni-Cd batteries, Li-Ion batteries, and ultracapacitors and spent the last ten years conducting assessments of energy-storage technologies for advanced vehicles, publishing Advanced Automotive Battery Industry Reports and chairing the AABC.
- Market Acceptance of EREVs
William Wallace, Director, Global Battery Systems, General Motors
- xEV Market Development Update
Michael Lord, Senior Principal Engineer, Toyota Technical Center USA
- 48V Mild Hybrid: an Inevitable Step in Electrification
Stephen Kim, Chief Executive Officer, SK Continental
- Mild Hybrid Market Prospects: Will History Repeat Itself?
Menahem Anderman, President, Advanced Automotive Batteries
- Roadmap for the Reduction of Automotive Fuel Consumption
John German, Senior Fellow, International Council for Clean Transportation
- Battery Market Development for Consumer Electronics, Automotive, and Industrial: Materials Requirements and Trends
Christophe Pillot, Consultant, Avicenne Development