Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo is the premier showcase for electric and hybrid vehicle technology and innovation. Based in Detroit, Michigan, the capital of EV manufacturing in America, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo will highlight advances right across the powertrain and across a wide range of vehicles from passenger and commercial to off-highway industrial vehicles.
The show is a manufacturing and engineering event, and will be attended by leading automotive and off-highway vehicle engineers, business leaders, technical experts, consultants and R&D professionals, all looking for greater efficiency and safety, while reducing the overall cost of e-mobility.
Co-located with The Battery Show, this event will benefit from the significant OEM delegations already in attendance, seeking the latest power and charging solutions for hybrid and electric vehicles.
Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo will provide manufacturers of all types of electric and hybrid vehicles with the opportunity to see the very latest technology and innovations being developed right across the powertrain, free of charge.
E-mobility is a rapidly evolving sector. Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo will enable you to see next-generation technology, while discussing first hand benefits for your application.
This is the only focused alternative powertrain exhibition in North America. Showcasing technologies for consumer and fleet EVs, through to the toughest power demands required for off-highway industrial vehicles – you will find it all at Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo.
The multi-track conference provides a variety of end user, supplier, government and academic perspectives into issues including:
- Driving down the cost of battery manufacturing
- Market trends and forecast for lead acid, li-ion and XEVs
- Developing scalable next gen materials for improved performance and lower cost
- New plug-in vehicle battlefields: SUVs and the affordable 200-mile range EV
- Delivering energy efficient, lower-cost light duty EVs
- Offshore hybrid and marine power: new market for batteries?
- Who is leading the energy storage race?
- Designing the grid of the future
- Next Gen battery R&D
- Beyond Li-Ion, Flow and Solid State Batteries
- Scaling up and commercializing technologies
- Heavy duty vehicle trends and technologies
- Low voltage architectures – 12v versus 48v
- XEV battery pack design and integration
- Safety of vehicle and stationary energy storage systems
- Recycling and second life
- Off highway electrification and hybridization technologies
- Combining electrification and hydraulic technologies