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High Voltage Battery Cooling Components: Many alternative cooling solutions for lithium-ion and now the prospect of solid-state batteries

High Voltage Battery Cooling Components: Many alternative cooling solutions for lithium-ion and now the prospect of solid-state batteries

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Publication Date: 30/04/2018

IHS Markit forecasts indicate that one in six light vehicles sold globally by 2025 will be either a full HEV or a BEV. The high-voltage batteries used in EVs are inherently sensitive to temperature shifts. This requires them to operate at an optimum average temperature with a very narrow differential range.

Battery temperature affects performance, reliability, safety, and life-cycle cost, which are critical factors that must be addressed to make alternative-propulsion vehicles a viable option to ICE vehicles. In addition, battery temperature impacts battery sizing and life, thus having significant impact on the vehicle cost. These factors make battery-cooling system design crucial in EVs.The critical need for improved battery range and life means that battery cooling solutions are expected to play an important role and become more complex, as battery packs get more powerful. This situation is expected to provide a major impetus for the demand of additional battery cooling components.

About this report

This report focuses on the approaches being taken in Battery cooling design and components. It provides an initial overview on the technological aspects and possible business potential of the various battery cooling components in the case of alternative propulsion vehicle design. The report also looks at the major regions which provide a business opportunity for the sector. As per the IHS Markit forecasts the battery cooling component sector has large business potential as the volumes for alternative energy vehicles fitted with high energy density batteries requiring more complex coolant, refrigerant cooling systems is expected to grow steadily.

Questions the report will answer include:

  • What are the size and scope of the global battery cooling component market?
  • What are the key drivers pushing the sector?
  • What is the regional outlook for the sector?
  • What are the challenges faced by the battery cooling component sector?
  • What is the business outlook for the battery cooling component sector?
  • Who are the major suppliers operating in the sector?

Overview

Research scope and definitions
Questions the report will answer              
Research methodology
Appendix            
Definitions         

Introduction

Alternative-propulsion vehicle landscape             
Electric Vehicle Battery

Technical overview

Why does the high-voltage battery require cooling?        
Battery-cooling technology analysis        

Market Analysis

Global Market  
Regional Markets            

Major Suppliers

Battery cooling component suppliers     

Key takeaways

For the battery cooling component sector            

Tier-1 supplier profiles

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