The French and German project partners are making good progress with their development of an innovative thermal management system for electric vehicles.
At the second InnoTherMS project meeting held at GreenIng GmbH & Co KG in Leutenbach, Germany, in mid-September, the first findings of the project groups were discussed and CAD data and a simulation model were presented. The first measurements taken from a reference vehicle could be adopted in the planning of upcoming project packages.
InnoTherMS is one of two projects launched by the AllFraTech German-French Alliance for Innovative Mobility Solutions. The project will run until the end of 2023. On the German side, it is sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and supervised by the Baden-Württemberg State Agency for Electric Mobility, e-mobil BW. On the French side, it is sponsored by the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, represented by CARA, the European Cluster for Mobility Solutions.