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Hypes and Hopes of Solid-State Batteries

The rapid growth of the electric vehicle market has driven the development, manufacture and sales of batteries, especially lithium-ion batteries, which are dominating the battery industry for a decade.

Beyond Ionomers: Regulation Drives Demand for New Fuel Cell Membranes

Membrane materials are of fundamental importance for fuel cells. So significant, in fact, that they typically give their name to the fuel cell, as is the case for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cells, with IDTechEx forecasting the market for ion-exchange membranes in PEM fuel cells to be worth over USD$1.1 billion by 2033.

Join Our Upcoming Webinar on the Micro EVs Revolution

Thursday 9 February 2023 - Shaking Up Urban Transport Worldwide. The following aspects will be discussed in greater depth: Drivers behind uptake of Micro EVs; Electric two-wheelers: major markets, players, and benchmarking; Electric three-wheelers: major markets, players, and benchmarking; Microcar characteristics; and Battery chemistry trends

Why Hydrogen Fuel Cell Adoption Is Accelerating in Marine Markets

The maritime sector, which accounts for approximately 2.9% of global carbon emissions, is seeking to meet broader climate goals such as the Paris Agreement and 'Fit for 55' in Europe. Since it is the largest vessels, such as sea-going cargo vessels, which tend to contribute the most to maritime emissions, this presents a huge challenge.

The Transition to Oil in EV Thermal Management

The EV market continues to develop, not just in sales but in technology. A critical technology aspect for EVs is the thermal management of the various components to keep everything operating at the optimal temperature.

Micro EVS: Neither Fast nor Far

While there is no standardized definition of micro EVs, it is generally used to describe small vehicles that can seamlessly navigate highly populated urban areas. Micro EVs are designed for short trips of only a few kilometers and travel at low speeds, typically under 80 kilometers per hour (with various regional exceptions). These vehicles do not rely...

Join Our Webinar on Marine Fuel Cell Markets: An Ocean of Opportunity

Friday 20 January 2023 - This webinar is based on IDTechEx's broader mobility research portfolio, tracking the adoption of electric vehicles, battery trends, autonomy, and demand across land, sea, and air. Helping you navigate whatever may be ahead.

Join Our Upcoming Webinar on The Evolution of EV Thermal Management

Thursday 19 January 2023 - What's Beyond 2022? This webinar is based on content from IDTechEx's new report on "Thermal Management for Electric Vehicles 2023-2033". The webinar will cover various market drivers and trends in thermal management for batteries, motors, and power electronics. Focusing on recent developments in the market over the last 1-2...

Upcoming Webinar on Batteries for Stationary Energy Storage

Wednesday 18 January 2023 - What Are the Business Models, Drivers and Barriers? Services provided by batteries for stationary energy storage in FTM and BTM markets; Business models for BSS owners; Technology and market trends; and Market drivers and barriers.

Beyond Ionomers: Regulation Drives Demand for New Fuel Cell Membranes

Membrane materials are of fundamental importance for fuel cells. So significant, in fact, that they typically give their name to the fuel cell, as is the case for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cells, with IDTechEx forecasting the market for ion-exchange membranes in PEM fuel cells to be worth over USD$1.1 billion by 2033.

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