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ENERGY SYSTEMS Ignite the Next Stage of Development: In order for OEMs to meet future emission standards with the next generations of vehicles, they must make efficient use of the available energy. This is true not only for battery electric and hybrid systems, but also for fuel cell technology. New methods must be applied in development to master the increasing number and complexity of possible powertrain and vehicle configurations and bring them on the route to mainstream use. There is no way around advances in the further development of existing energy storage systems, the invention of new ones, and optimal drive combinations. And for this to happen, it is necessary to expand simulation, testing and analysis.

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