CTAG’s facilities in O Porriño hosted a workshop on technologies and innovations to improve energy efficiency in electric vehicles. The workshop, organized by the JOSPEL project, brought together partners from three European projects (JOSPEL, OPTEMUS and XERIC) that work on a common research line, aimed at developing solutions to improve the energy efficiency in electric vehicles.
Around 100 people attended the workshop in which there were eight presentations by professionals from various companies and international organizations. Some of the aspects explained during the event were the latest air conditioning systems for electric vehicles, the innovative heating / cooling systems based on the Joule and Peltier effects, the integrated thermal management systems and the innovative battery pack with low energy consumption. In addition, the attendees had the opportunity to visit the JOSPEL demo lab at CTAG.
JOSPEL project has received funding from the European Union‘s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement n° 653851.