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cars love chemistryBASF solutionsfor electromobility
Global megatrends…require new concepts     Growing         Urbanization   Energy demand &        Mobility &    population ...
CO2 emission by propulsion conceptPotential for optimizationGramm CO2 per Kilometer                    Operation:         ...
Vision electromobilityHow the world of tomorrow could be … Power production                 Power storage  CO2 neutral   ...
Key buying criteria for electric vehicles… at a glanceChallenge: Acceptance of new technology & total cost of ownership   ...
Bundling of forces in GermanyNational Platform Electromobility – NPE      Politics                  Industry              ...
Role of chemistry in electromobilityChemistry as key pillar1 Battery materials2 Light weight construction3 Heat management...
smart forvision in cooperation with BASFTechnologies for the car of tomorrowGoals:maximum energy efficiency,improved safet...
Innovative battery materialsGoals:higher range, improved safety and lower costs   Improved materials for components and ce...
Improved battery technologyBattery as key component in electric vehicles                       BASF Materials         Comp...
Meet us at booth C35, Hall 4.0and see the smart forvision at FO.0 A01Innovative technology created by chemistrywill bring ...
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Chemistry: Paving the Road to Electromobility

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Ca. 17% of the world wide caused CO2 emissions accrue from traffic. BASF is searching for soultions to improve the technical status of electromobility. The presentation shows the contributions of BASF in the fields of eletricity production, power storage (battery materials) and power utilization.

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Chemistry: Paving the Road to Electromobility

  1. 1. cars love chemistryBASF solutionsfor electromobility
  2. 2. Global megatrends…require new concepts Growing Urbanization Energy demand & Mobility & population climate protection communication MEGATRENDS New concepts for mobility Energy efficient Low emission Affordable Comfortable 2
  3. 3. CO2 emission by propulsion conceptPotential for optimizationGramm CO2 per Kilometer Operation: Production:300  Direct emission  Emission caused by production250 of the car and transport200 Electromobility 162150 133 110 107100 50 5 0 ICE ICE EV EV EV today optimized Electricity Electricity Electricity from German from hard coal energy mix renewablesAssumption energy demand: 4,5 l/100 km ICE today, ICE optimized -20%, 18 kWh/100 kmSource: Studien UBA, Agentur für Erneuerbare Energien, BMU, IES, Stand: 9/2008. 3
  4. 4. Vision electromobilityHow the world of tomorrow could be … Power production Power storage  CO2 neutral  High flexibility / availability  Competitive prices  Low energy losses  100 % renewable  Cost efficient Power utilization Power transmission  Emission free  Stable supply driving  “Smart grids”  Competitive  Low transmission electric cars losses  No trade-offs in comfort 4
  5. 5. Key buying criteria for electric vehicles… at a glanceChallenge: Acceptance of new technology & total cost of ownership Ecological Awareness Individualization  Increased social responsibility  Clear trend: to be differentPersonal Drivers  Wish to be mobile  E-cars are rare with less CO2 emission  “Drivable iPhone”  Renewable energy Political Framework Mega Cities Energy  Access to cities –  Clean Air  Limited natural resources External emission dependent Drivers  Traffic jams – emissions  Oil price  CO2 emission cap in the EU  Short distances  Business model –  Tax benefits e-cars part of “Smart Grid”Recent studies show suitability in all-day life and …e-cars are fun! 5
  6. 6. Bundling of forces in GermanyNational Platform Electromobility – NPE Politics Industry Sciences Society Daimler BMWi BMVBS BASF IGM Evonik BMU ESMT ThyssenKrupp VW Magna E.ON BMW VDA Uni Ulm AUDI BMBF Siemens Power Train Battery Infrastructure Norms & Materials & Education & Political Technology Technology & Grid Standards Recycling Qualification Framework IntegrationChemistry identified as a key pillarto help the breakthrough of electric vehicles 6
  7. 7. Role of chemistry in electromobilityChemistry as key pillar1 Battery materials2 Light weight construction3 Heat management4 Organic photovoltaics5 Organic light-emitting diodes (OLED)6 Offgas treatment for hybrid e-carsA wide range of chemical products andsolutions enables energy efficient driving 7
  8. 8. smart forvision in cooperation with BASFTechnologies for the car of tomorrowGoals:maximum energy efficiency,improved safety, and higher comfort 11 Electrical energy efficiency 2 ― Solar roof with transparent organic solar cells ― Transparent organic OLEDs 22 Holistic temperature management ― IR-reflecting films/pigments ― High performance foams for insulation 33 Multifunctional lightweight construction ― Lightweight ergonomically designed seats ― Thermoplastic polyamide wheel 8
  9. 9. Innovative battery materialsGoals:higher range, improved safety and lower costs Improved materials for components and cells ― Cathodes, Electrolytes ― Anodes, Separators New battery concepts (Li-S, Li-Air)ONGOING ACTIVITIES International Research Network with scientists and industry Joint R&D with international competence centers Building a production plant for cathode materials 9
  10. 10. Improved battery technologyBattery as key component in electric vehicles BASF Materials Components Cells Batteries Electric Car The battery determines characteristics of an electric vehicle ― Range, Costs, Safety,… The battery allows for differentiation and value creation ―Challenging technology and chance for chemistry / engineering / OEMs Materials are the heart of the battery cell ―Chemistry plays a central role as material supplier 10
  11. 11. Meet us at booth C35, Hall 4.0and see the smart forvision at FO.0 A01Innovative technology created by chemistrywill bring electromobility onto the fast lane 11
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