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CELO contribution to electromobility

E-mobility products include not only electric vehicles but also EV charging stations, On-board chargers, ECUs, batteries, and energy storage systems among many others. CELO is working with manufacturers to optimize the assemblies in their electromobility products to increase the overall performance. We offer the complete range of technical screws to meet the most demanding requirements for today and tomorrow.

There is growing demand for more efficient components. Manufacturers are striving to reduce emissions, improve energy efficiency and enhance comfort, meanwhile to become more competitive through cost optimization and process automation.

Our assembly solutions for plastic and metal makes the right connections that provide value to you and your customers. Along with CELO, our engineers will assist you to overcome the challenges in every stage from design to assembly:

Reduce assembly cost and cycle time:

Eliminate use of tapping operations in aluminum parts

Eliminate the use of metallic inserts in plastic housing

Avoid cross-threading problems when using metric screws

Provide Optimal torque transmission, reduce line stoppage

Improve lightweight by reducing material and components

Ensure the best joint performance:

Avoid vibrational loosening

Guarantee Electrical contact

Ensure proper heat dissipation

Guarantee tightness and prevent Water Leakage

We are commited in helping companies that are working to build a greener world.

Moving towards E-MOBILITY

More than ever, greenhouse gases are the main cause of climate change. Petroleum energy dependence and air pollution are generating so much concern and there is a sense of responsibility.

The transportation sector is one of the major contributors to CO2 emissions. It accounts for approximately 25% of global CO2 emissions, and looking at the contribution of different modes of transportation, on-road vehicles accounted for roughly 77% of global transportation CO2 emissions in 2020.

There is a continuous effort to limit pollution and the climate impact of existing technologies, but this is not enough. Technology advances in Mobility have to contribute undoubtedly to reduce these problems and help transportation to become CO2 neutral in the future.

Source: International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT).

LDV: Light-duty vehicles
2W & 3W: 2 and 3 wheelers
HDV: Heavy-duty vehicles
Figure 1. Share of 2020 well-to-wheel CO2 emissions from transportation, by mode.

What is e-Mobility?

E-mobility refers to the use of electric cars, e-bikes, e-buses, e-trucks and electric motorbikes. Electric vehicles in general are driven electrically (fully or partially) and have batteries to store the energy and obtain this energy mainly from the power grid.

There are different types of Electric vehicles:

Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs or EVs) are fully electric vehicles with rechargeable batteries from the power grid.

Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) combine combustion engines with an electric motor. The energy for the battery is recovered through regenerative braking and assists the gasoline engine during acceleration. They cannot plug into the grid.

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) differ from HEVs by having a larger battery and can be recharged from the power grid.

Electric vehicles are low-carbon emission, more energy efficient and quiet. E-cars doesn't emit exhaust gases and hybrid vehicles emit lower exhaust gases than conventional vehicles with internal combustion engines. As long as the electricity required for driving and production comes from renewable sources electromobility will enable the decarbonization of the transport sector. E-Mobility brings us great convenience in our daily life as well as a greener and more sustainable world.

Comparison between Hybrid and All-Electric Vehicles

Battery Electric Vehicles

(BEVs or EVs)

Fully electric vehicles with rechargeable batteries from the power grid.

Hybrid Electric Vehicles

(HEVs)

Combine combustion engines with an electric motor.

The energy for the battery is recovered through regenerative braking and assists the gasoline engine during acceleration.

They cannot plug into the grid.

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles

(PHEVs)

Combine combustion engines with an electric motor.

Can be recharged from the power grid.

Electric Vehicle Market trends

Despite the short-term impact of COVID-19, during 2020 there was a slight increase in global electric cars sales, reaching total sales of 3.1 Million and a market share of 4.4%. Electric vehicle sales are expected to reach 31.1 million by 2030 and 32% of the total market share for new car sales.

Source: Deloitte Insights. Electric Vehicles.

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