Battery Packs of Modern xEVs Report

This expansive report provides an analysis of the bat­tery-pack technology used in over 100 of the most recent xEVs, and includes the following topics:
  • Cell supplier
  • Cell chemistry
  • Cell key characteristic
  • Cell arrangement in the pack
  • Battery integrator
  • Battery key characteristic
  • Cooling
  • Battery management
  • Battery location in the vehicle
  • Battery and vehicle special characteristic
  • And more
A detailed reference book including all you need to know about the latest xEVs' battery packs and the direction of the industry.
  • Automotive Energy-Storage System Engineering
    • Cells Modules
    • Electrical subsystems
    • Mechanical subsystems
    • Thermal subsystems
    • Battery Management System (BMS)
    • Development process
    • Testing & validation
  • EV battery-pack technology
    • Overview
    • Review of key parameters
    • Pack and cell technology of 22 key vehicles
  • PHEV battery-pack technology
    • Overview
    • Review of key parameters
    • Pack and cell technology of 25 key vehicles
  • HEV battery-pack technology
    • Overview
    • Review of key parameters
    • Pack and cell technology of 65 vehicles

Benefits

Automakers:

Consult the Report’s comprehensive review of the battery-pack technology used in current xEVs to guide your future work.

Battery producers:

Gain insights into the trends of automotive battery-pack technology.

Component and subsystem producers:

Learn about automotive energy-storage system and subsystem design trends and individual cell and pack producers.

Corporate and financial investors:

Use this all-inclusive assessment of battery-pack technology to sharpen your investment decisions.
Battery Packs of Modern xEVs
June 2017 edition available

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Kevin R. Konecky
Kevin R. Konecky
Mr. Konecky brings over 20 years of xEV experience to his work, having worked on multiple complex designs for battery system development, charging system integration, and high-voltage powertrain integration. Projects cover a wide array of OEM and Tier-One companies (including GM, BMW, Daimler, Chrysler, Fisker, Chinese stealth OEM, Denso, Flex, EnerDel, Cobasys, Boston-Power and others). He is skilled at new product design and development, product testing, product safety, integration of multiple sub-systems for vehicles, new product launches and has expanded his skillset beyond batteries into power electronics. His experience in batteries includes multiple technologies (Li Ion, NiMH, UltraCapacitors, Lead-Acid).