SAE China 2021 (1): Conference on Power Battery Utilization and Testing Technology

Presentations by China Industrial Association of Power Sources, EVE Energy, HiNa Battery, NIO

2021/11/24

Summary

SAECCE 2021动力电池产品应用及测评新技术研讨会
Conference on Power Battery Utilization and Testing Technology

  The 2021 China-SAE Congress & Exhibition (SAECCE 2021) was held from October 19 to 21 at the Shanghai Automobile Exhibition Center in Shanghai, China. The number of visitors to the event exceeded 15,000. Technology sessions covering more than 70 themes were held during the exhibition, including connected and automotive electronics technology, New Energy Vehicle (NEV) technology, and commercial vehicle-related technology.

 As NEVs become more widespread, the requirements for battery performance are increasing, and high energy ratio, high levels of safety, and low cost are the goals of battery technology. This report introduces presentations made by representatives of the China Industrial Association of Power Sources, EVE Energy, HiNa Battery, and emerging EV manufacturer NIO at the Conference on Power Battery Utilization and Testing Technology held on October 20, 2021. The China Industrial Association of Power Sources presented the current status and trends of China's lithium-ion battery industry. EVE Energy mainly discussed research results in directions related to the energy density of batteries, while HiNa Battery explained the current status and future plans for research and development of sodium-ion batteries. NIO introduced battery system design with emphasis on battery replacement based on user experience.

 

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