Heat Recovery Systems in Full HEVs and BEVs

Heat Recovery Systems in Full HEVs and BEVs

Publication Date: 05-Jun-2019

Considering the current technology prevalent in the market, the performance and efficiency of EVs ( BEVs and full HEVs ) seem closely interlinked with their operating temperature. The various components which make up the modern EV need to be brought to an ideal operating temperature quickly and then maintained within the band. This is crucial to not only to ensure maximum gains but also in the interest of comfort, safety, and component life. Of particular challenge is the heating of cabin and the onboard battery, which is commonly handled by energy-intensive PTC and resistive heaters. These solutions through effective can compromise the electric driving range of the vehicles significantly. One of the ways this design challenge is being tackled is with the increased application of heat recovery systems in BEVs and full HEVs. The various central EV ( BEV and full HEV ) modules produce heat as a by-product. If this excess heat can be harvested and rerouted to where the heat is needed, the reliance on the more energy-hungry heating elements can be rationed, and overall efficiency boasted.

About this report

This report provides an understanding of the heat recovery component technology and market trends for light vehicle full hybrid electric vehicles (full HEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs), an in-depth demand outlook, and an overview of the leading players and market drivers—on both global and regional levels.

This report will answer the following questions.

  • What are the size and scope of the global full HEV and BEV heat recovery component market?
  • What are the key drivers pushing the heat recovery component sector?
  • What is the regional outlook for the sector?
  • What are the challenges faced by the sector?
  • What is the business outlook for the sector?
  • Who are the major suppliers operating in the sector?


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