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When it comes to electric vehicles, France is one of the most advanced nations in Europe. The demand for electric vehicles is rising in France as local governments reduce CO2 emissions inside of cities.
EV/HEV applications have fueled innovation in power electronics over the past decade and generated new equations that module manufacturers must solve, including further downsizing, more power density, higher reliability, and lower cost/higher manufacturability.
Additionally, although the majority of module makers concentrate on proprietary module designs through which they can provide a more distinctive added value, automobile OEMs demand highly standardised power modules.
The France EV Drive Module Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The Renault Group is innovating as a member of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to get ready for future electric mobility by creating the CMF-EV platform (Common Module Family for Electric Vehicles) and a new drivetrain, which was recently represented by the Mégane eVision show-car.
These native technologies, which were created specifically for electric vehicles, will make it possible to produce a wide range of vehicles, each with a different size and function. The Renault Group is also working to develop cutting-edge charging technologies and linked, even driverless, vehicles.
The wide-bandgap (WBG) power modules and generic/IGBT power modules are covered in a new Next-Generation Power Modules patent landscape that Knowmade is releasing. This patent landscape addresses key issues for the next generation of power modules, including heat dissipation, thermomechanical problems, parasitic signal management, module miniaturisation, and challenges resulting from EV/HEV high requirements.
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