Low Carbon Propulsion Solutions - The £24bn Opportunity

This virtual Autolink workshop is to be held in conjunction with the  Warwick Manufacturing Group on Wednesday 24th February (10.00 to 12.00)


Book your free place here

 
The focus of this session is the £24bn opportunity around Low Carbon Propulsion solutions, based on Process, Capabilities and Competencies, and aimed at the traditional Supply Chain.

 

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PRESENTATIONS


POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN OPPORTUNITIES

Power electronics are key parts of the future zero-carbon automotive driveline, and this presentation by Dr Stuart Bradley will give examples for the UK supply chain to become part of that transition. Additionally, the application of power electronics extends to other car systems, heavy vehicles and charging infrastructure. The sub-systems within the power electronics systems will be described and their potential for innovation.

Dr Stuart Bradley
Principal Engineer, Power Electronics

 

 WHY, WHEN AND HOW?  A GUIDE TO SUPPLY CHAIN OPPORTUNITIES IN ELECTRIC MACHINES


Electrification is seen as a route to meeting the zero carbon targets set by governments.  This presentation by Dr Dave Simkin will look at the supply chain opportunities in the growing market for electric drivetrains.  It will illustrate how new innovations are needed, and new challenges must be overcome for new applications in what was considered until recently a mature market.
 

Dr Dave Simkin
Principal Engineer

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ELECTRIFICATION CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE COOLING AND HVAC SYSTEMS

Phil Whiffin BEng, MSc, MBA, CEng MIET
Head of Advanced Propulsion Systems

 

Following the presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to join break-out sessions based on the presentation themes.
Attendees are to select their session in advance, as part of the registration process. 

The final section of this Autolink event will see a round-up of each of these sessions.

To register your free place and select your break-out session please follow the link



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