FuturEMOBILITY. Sustainable Mobility. September 2017


Special issue focusing on sustainable mobility, published as a supplement to the September 2017 issue of FuturENERGY, for special distribution at the following events: EVS30 (Germany, 9-11/10), emove 360º (Germany, 17-19/10), Madrid Summit 2017 (Spain, 24/10), Expoelèctric (Spain, 11-12/11), CEVE 2017 (Spain, 26-27/10) y Smart City Expo World Congress (Spain, 14-16/11).

This special report includes the following:

Electric vehicles to accelerate to 54% of new car sales by 2040
The electric vehicle, a key component in the technological, industrial and energy transformation
More than US$80 billion expected to be spent on global EV infrastructure by the end of 2025
Charging stations in the Barcelona metropolis
LIVE Platform: the transition to sustainable mobility, challenge by challenge
Magnetic induction charging continues to grow in Europe
Load balancing systems for charging networks
Electric vehicle charging on motorways with second-life batteries
The electric vehicle and charge management
Thermal management materials for developing state-of-the-art battery packs
Dynamic charging e-corridors, a possible, but not guaranteed, solution
Specialist engineering for e-mobility projects

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