Still time to register for SAE’s Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium

January 6, 2020

Now in its 17th year, the Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium is set to take place at the Pasadena Convention Center, California, USA, January 28–30, 2020. As a leading national event for hybrid and electric vehicle technology, the symposium provides vehicle design engineers with the technical information required to stay competitive and meet regulations in an evolving industry.

Organised by SAE International, the two-day event brings together technology specialists, OEMs, suppliers, researchers, and government officials to connect and learn about new solutions in the development of electric drive, x-hybrid, and fuel cell vehicles. 

The symposium provides technical content based on leading industry research and the latest technology applications, with a focus on furthering the hybridisation/electrification of the automotive industry. This year’s programme will include new and emerging advancements in energy charging and storage, systems/components efficiency, systems architecture, and infrastructure.

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