How to make your Electric Vehicle to be used as Emergency Power Supply

September 16, 2013 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on How to make your Electric Vehicle to be used as Emergency Power Supply 

Nichicon V2H ChargerNichicon Corporation has recently released a lineup of Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers, a “Vehicle to Socket” model of EV Power Station. This world’s first double-speed EV charger which features waterproof socket allows power to be supplied from an EV to home electric appliances. This world’s first V2H (vehicle to home) products allows individuals to use EVs as a portable power source. The new product has capability of charging up to twice as fast as a conventional 200 Volt household power source, plus it allows charging of the EV with less expensive nighttime electricity. Read more

Development of “Low Torque Sealed Deep Groove Ball Bearing” for Electric Vehicle

February 24, 2012 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of “Low Torque Sealed Deep Groove Ball Bearing” for Electric Vehicle 

NTN has announced development of “Low Torque Sealed Deep Groove Ball Bearing” featuring new grease and cage capable of reducing rotational torque by as much as 50% or more. The new ball bearing is ideal for use in motors of Electric Vehicles (EVs), contributing to higher efficiency of motors. Read more

Development of Power Modules for Electric and Hybrid Vehicle applications

June 21, 2011 · Filed Under Green Tech, Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

Mitsubishi Electric has developed a new intelligent power module (IPM) as well as transfer power module (T-PM) for electric and hybrid vehicle applications. The new IPM comes with optimized IGBT drive and protection circuit with built-in photo-couplers for customer’s interface isolation. In addition to this, the new IPM has vibration resistant connectors for reliable interface. On-chip temperature sensor on the new IPM ensures an accurate analog output, while analog power-supply voltage output function on the new IPM monitors inverter DC-Link voltage (optional). Read more

Development of Futuristic Super Lightweight Electric Vehicle by TEIJIN

April 20, 2010 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Futuristic Super Lightweight Electric Vehicle by TEIJIN 

Teijin PUPA EVRelatively unknown to this industry, Teijin Group showcased a futuristic electric concept automobile weighing only 437 kg, less than half the weight of conventional electric vehicles. The PU_PA EV as company calls it, is made based on Teijin proprietary materials and technologies which include fiber composites, polycarbonate resins as well as bio-derived polyester. The name of the PU_PA which is a reference to metamorphosis is an embodiment of company’s vision of what a vehicle will look like in five to ten years time. The vehicle is capable of running at a 60 km/hr with a cruising range of 100 km. Read more

Operation of Next Generation Solar Hydrogen Station by Honda

February 3, 2010 · Filed Under Clean Tech · Comments Off on Operation of Next Generation Solar Hydrogen Station by Honda 

Honda solar hydrogen stationDesigned to function as single integrated unit to fit in the user’s garage, Honada’s next new solar hydrogen station went on operation at Los Angeles based station to re-fuel Honda Fuel Cell electric vehicle. The new reduced size system is capable of producing enough hydrogen (0.5kg) through 8 hour overnight fill for daily commuting based on 10,000 miles per year for a fuel cell electric vehicle. Read more

Development of Low Cost High Capacity Lithium-Copper Battery by AIST

November 29, 2009 · Filed Under Clean Tech, Green Tech, Trendy Products · Comments Off on Development of Low Cost High Capacity Lithium-Copper Battery by AIST 

As use of rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries in such products as cellular phones and notebook PC is reaching commodity level, extensive research in developing high capacity batteries for use in electric vehicles is being carried out. But use of conventional lithium-ion batteries for use in automotive application faces some issues such as its resource limited materials that is being used as its positive electrode which is either cobalt or manganese as well as its high cost and complex manufacturing process which requires high-temperature sintering and control of fine structures. Furthermore, the recycling process for such batteries requires difficult step of separating active material from conductive additives, carbon, binder and the collector electrode. Read more

World’s first Robotic Platform Vehicle

June 10, 2009 · Filed Under Trendy Products · Comments Off on World’s first Robotic Platform Vehicle 

In recent years demand for new functionalities for new vehicles has entered a new stage among them are improved safety and predication of dangers. While steady robotization of vehicles is in progress, the key technology in meeting future Robotic vehicles is to be Electromotive and to be intelligent. In order to achieve this development of software as well as a platform for research and development is at most paramount. Having said this developing such platform using a real case study is costly and it would require a large space. Furthermore, companies and universities outside of paradigm of automobile industries are not allowed to freely participate in this area due to certain risks and dangers. Based on this gap and needs ZMP Inc. in Japan developed a world’s first robotic vehicle platform “RoboCarTM”. The “RoboCarTM” is equipped with the most advance image recognition module using stereo camera capable of unprecedented super-high-speed processing plus it incorporates various sensors enabling “RoboCarTM” to contribute in research and development of robotic vehicles and eventual autonomous driving experience with advance safety and environmental measures in mind. Read more

Development of new grade of Shape Controlled micro-graphite for Electric Vehicles

April 29, 2009 · Filed Under Green Tech · Comments Off on Development of new grade of Shape Controlled micro-graphite for Electric Vehicles 

Show Denko Corporation made an announcement on development of a new grade of SCMG™ (Shape-controlled micro graphite) to be targeted for use in anode material in large lithium-ion batteries of Electric Vehicles (EVs). In light of environmental issues such as global warming and depletion of oil and natural gas resources automakers are now working hard to develop eco friendly vehicles. Hybrid cars have already reached the commercial production stage. Additionally, the plug-in hybrid automobiles as well as EVs that are solely driven by electric motors are now reaching the commercial stage as well. Read more

Electric Vehicle a redefinition of automobile design

April 13, 2009 · Filed Under Editor's Corner · 4 Comments 


In the midst of the automobile industry crisis automakers are very hopeful on what future holds for next generation electric vehicles. The successful development of such vehicle solely rest on establishing both a technological and operational bases that would greatly redefine the current automobile concept as we know it.
For the past 100 years the function and structures of automobiles were simply restricted to engine and transmission and electric vehicles are a mean to bring the traditional concept of automobile design out of this framework. Furthermore, Electric vehicles will be one the means in solving environmental and energy issues that will greatly changes the status of automobiles. Read more

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