Eaton’s eMobility business was chosen by Nidec-PSA Emotors (Emotors), a joint venture between Nidec Leroy-Somer and Groupe PSA, to supply high-performance traction inverters for a battery-electric vehicle platform. Eaton will provide its power-dense inverter to Emotors, which will integrate it with the motor and ship the finished system to its customers for assembly into the battery electric vehicle. Eaton’s eMobility developed the vehicle inverters with a power density of 35 kilowatts per liter and 98% operating efficiency. Eaton’s inverters can be used in all types of electric vehicles, and other alternative fuel types, such as hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. (From multiple sources on April 14, 2019)
Fuel Supply System / Module
Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region
|ASEAN・India||Maruti Suzuki||Baleno (India)||2018||Plastic Omnium S.A.||Fuel system|
|ASEAN・India||Maruti Suzuki||Celerio (India)||2018||Denso International India Pvt. Ltd.||Fuel level sensor|
|ASEAN・India||Maruti Suzuki||Celerio X (India)||2018||Denso International India Pvt. Ltd.||Fuel level sensor|
|Americas||BMW||X5 (USA)||2019||Continental AG||Fuel delivery module|
|Americas||Chrysler||Ram 1500 (USA)||2019||Plastic Omnium S.A.||Fuel system|
|Americas||Nissan||Infiniti QX50 (Mexico)||2019||TI Automotive Limited||Fuel module|
|China||FAW Toyota||Toyota Corolla (China)||2018||Otics Mechanical Industry Chang Shu Co. Ltd.||Fuel supply system|
|China||FAW Toyota||Toyota Crown (China)||2018||Otics Mechanical Industry Chang Shu Co. Ltd.||Fuel supply system|
|China||FAW Toyota||Toyota Vios (China)||2018||Otics Mechanical Industry Chang Shu Co. Ltd.||Fuel supply system|
|Europe||BMW||8 Series Coupe (Germany)||2019||Continental AG||Fuel delivery module|
|Europe||SEAT||Tarraco (Germany)||2019||Continental AG||Fuel delivery module|
|Europe||Ford||Fiesta||2018||Bourns Sensors GmbH||Fuel level sensor|
|Japan||Nissan||Cube||2009||A RAYMOND SARL||Fuel system|
|Japan||Nissan||Cube||2009||TI Automotive Limited||Fuel delivery module|
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|Supplier Name||Address||Major Parts Suppliers Reports||Country|
|Aisan Industry Co., Ltd.||1-1-1 Kyowa-cho, Obu, Aichi 474-8588, Japan||Major Parts Suppliers|
|Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd.||2-1 Asahi-machi, Kariya, Aichi 448-8650, Japan||Major Parts Suppliers|
|Amalgamations Group||861/862, Anna Salai, Chennai- 600 002, Tamil Nadu, India||Major Parts Suppliers|
|Benteler Deutschland GmbH||Residenzstrasse 1, 33104, Paderborn, Germany||Major Parts Suppliers|
|Bosch [Robert Bosch LLC]||38000 Hills Tech Drive, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48331 USA||Major Parts Suppliers|
On March 28, H2 MOBILITY Deutschland informed that H2 MOBILITY Deutschland, the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP), NOW GmbH, the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (DWV), the German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water (DVGW), and e.GO REX GmbH will jointly form a focal point within the Hannover Messe’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cells EUROPE exhibition.
H2 MOBILITY will handle all of the operational tasks, including network planning, permitting, procurement, construction, and operation of the filling stations. The partners in the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) focuses on the road capability of powerful vehicles, fast and safe refuelling, and the systems compatibility of accompanying technologies for optimised production.
NOW GmbH analyses and evaluates relevant projects and studies, develops strategies for implementing new and existing programmes and instruments, and provides input on the regulatory framework at national and European level.
The German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (DWV) introduce all aspects of a future supply infrastructure with hydrogen, its production, and energy-related use. e.GO REX GmbH is advancing the development of a scalable fuel-cell range extender for e-vehicles.
In an investor update, Varroc Group informed that it has a contract with Royal Enfield under which it will provide 300,000 of the sets of electronic fuel injection systems (EFI) for them a year. In future it will be able to add one more customer for this product.
Electronic fuel injection technology replaces the conventional carburetor with an injector for supplying fuel to the engine. Since the injection is controlled electronically by an ECU, it enhances the combustion of the engine.
Varroc Group also informed that doing BS-VI solutions, it has gone in for a new technology partner for a technical co-operation and here it is looking at a stronger customer base in future.