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CET: 9:30 - 10:15am - Panel Debate - Assessing the Current State of 48V Technology and How to Maximize its Potential for Emission Reduction

Robert Stanek  (Lead, Electric Powertrain and Cost Management, P3 Group)

Perry Wyatt  (Vice President Product Line – Lithium-ion, Clarios)

Ryan Maughan  (MD, AVID Technology Group)

Michael Bassett  (Chief Engineer - Research & Advanced Engineering, MAHLE Powertrain Limited)

Location: EU

Date: Thursday, November 12

Time: 3:30am - 4:15am

Pass Type: Virtual Conference Pass + EU (Paid), Virtual EU Conference Pass (Paid)

Track: Hybrid Vehicle Design Advancements

Format: Panel

Vault Recording: TBD

  • How are second generation 48V systems evolving, and what will change in the future?
  • How have the different P0-4 48V configurations performed in terms of fuel efficiency, increased electronic functionality and reduced emissions?
  • Which functions will be using 48V systems in the future - what are the limits of 48V power supply systems?
  • What will be the long-term future for 48V? Will we see 48V systems in full HEVs and EVs?
  • Addressing the need for 48V standardization