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Join S&P Global Mobility for this in-person event as we share forecasts and insights on electrification technology
With rapid rates of electric vehicle adoption continuing in major markets globally, legislative agendas supporting aggressive transitions to phase out mainstream internal combustion engine usage and supply chains gearing up accordingly, the narrative around electrification technology is shifting towards one of maturity and scale.
Key themes are emerging as this seismic shift unfolds. A battle for ownership of the vehicle's propulsion system is playing out between the vehicle manufacturers themselves and the suppliers so urgently seeking viable long-term product portfolios. Margins for suppliers in particular are being squeezed as OEMs look to navigate the most cost effective path through supply chain constraints and the implementation of expensive new technologies. Meanwhile, economies of scale and potential raw material constraints in the critical underpinning battery technology challenge the fundamental viability of the shift, whilst demands for longer range and a seamless charging process mean acceptance from mainstream consumers is not guaranteed.
Join us for the second annual E-Mobility Innovation Day where analysts from the electrification-focused domains of the Supply Chain & Technology team at S&P Global Mobility will share quantitative and qualitative perspectives on the essential topics shaping the E-Mobility transition in 2023.
This is an in-person event hosted by S&P Global Mobility. Space is limited. To ensure you have a seat at this event, please register early.
The presentations will be delivered in English.
Date: Thursday, June 15, 2023
Time: 09:30 - 14:30 CET
S&P Global Mobility Office
Bockenheimer Landstraße 2
60306 Frankfurt a.M., Germany
Sr. Technical Research Analyst, Powertrain & E-Mobility Component Research, S&P Global Mobility