Certificate EV Battery Pack
Electric vehicle battery pack production line training for entrepreneurs
Learn Future of e-mobility and its power supply
Conventional vehicles use components not needed with electric vehicles, but EV motors and batteries also are complex systems that require extra assembly steps of their own.
It's a myth that electric cars are easier to assemble than internal-combustion-engine cars. While EVs lack gas tanks and fuel lines, radiators, hoses, exhaust pipes and mufflers, they do require other assembly steps that piston engines don't.The battery pack is a massive part lifted into place from under the car, then secured with multiple bolts to become a structural member of the chassis.
A battery pack, for example, can contain nearly as many parts as a piston engine. Even though conventionally powered vehicles require the installation of components not needed with electric vehicles, EVs require extra assembly steps of their own. In the end, both types use about the same number of assembly stations and line workers. The claim that all electric cars are much easier to build just isn't true.
Today's battery systems are essential, complex and multi-functional modules in electric vehicles. With our assembly lines training, the manufacturers and component suppliers may quickly and easily implement their development ideas.
Even so, EVs will eliminate a lot of factory jobs. While battery packs are complex systems that can contain thousands of individual cells, they are very different from the components needed for an ICE. The engineering skills needed to design them, the materials and the manufacturing processes used to make them, are completely different. Companies that are adept at making crankshafts, pistons, spark plugs, radiators and so many other traditional components have no role to play in an electric world.
With the world moving rapidly towards the future of e-mobility, the lithium-ion battery industry is becoming one of the most critical industries that are shaping the energy storage revolution. Lithium-ion batteries are witnessing heavy demand in various applications, as these batteries play an instrumental role in the growth of today's power and transportation industries.
Developing countries in the region, including China and India, are the linchpin of Asia's lithium-ion battery pack market. Being one of the world's largest automotive markets, China and India are home to the world's leading battery manufacturers as well as new entrants in the market.
A New Lease of Life for Lithium-Ion Battery Pack Manufacturers in India
With China as the frontrunner in the manufacturing of BEVs, the lithium-ion battery pack market in the Asia Pacific region has witnessed a quantum leap in the EV era.
Meanwhile, India has emerged as a highly lucrative market for lithium-ion battery manufacturers, as the Indian lithium-ion battery pack market valued nearly US$ 8.5 billion in 2018.
The country is stepping towards a high-tech e-mobility ecosystem through the medium of changing governmental policies, which is creating profitable opportunities for lithium-ion battery manufacturers in India.
In order to cash in on the EV wave in the country, leading lithium-ion battery pack manufacturers in India are adopting strategies to manufacture batteries locally.
The Indian government, too, has launched several initiatives and schemes to boost this segment. A year back, a number of renowned battery makers such as Exide, Exicom, Greenfuel Energy Solutions, Trontek, Coslight India, Napino Auto & Electronics, Amara Raja Batteries, Trinity Energy Systems and Versatile Auto Components had expressed their intention to manufacture batteries for electric vehicles within the country.
It is estimated that India needs a minimum of 10GWh of cells by 2022, which would increase to about 50GWh by 2025.
The government of India has approved a National Mission on Transformative Mobility and Battery Storage, to drive "clean, connected, shared and sustainable mobility initiatives in the country".
FAME India Phase II is expected to ramp up the EV sales in the country, in turn, providing an impetus to the demand for lithium-ion battery packs. The Indian government's thrust on e-mobility will boost sales of electric passenger cars, e-buses, and e-rickshaws in the country, which will create a lucrative growth environment for lithium-ion battery pack manufacturers in India.
From this training you can get knowledge about:
Individual assembly concept for your application
Establishing electrical connections
Processing of battery modules to battery packs
Testing of the packs
Complete techno-economic feasibility study & DPR
Complete commercial facilities for businesses keen to start commercial production
Small R&D facilities at AEVT
Certificate will be Awarded by
Academy of EV Technology, A Unit of Global Advanced Training & Educational Trust, Regd. under NCT New Delhi, Govt. of India
- Experienced Working Professional - Technical or Management, Entrepreneurs
- B.E / B.Tech or Graduation in any stream
- Minimum Educational Qualifications: Diploma in any stream with working Experience
- Minimum age 18 years, No Upper Age bar for Entrepreneurs
English, Hindi & Local Language
(Book & Online Examination in English)
The course will be delivered in class room board work, lecture using PowerPoint, sharing of case examples, design exercises, a complete design task and EV Charging System installation facility at institute power plant.
- FREE printed book as per Syllabus developed by National and International EV Technology Trainer & Expert
- EVSE, sample financial models etc.
- Training & Learning Materials: Wall Chart, Equipment, Measuring Meters, accessories and tools for practical & demonstration only
We believe in "Learn-through-Practical"
- 1. AEVT follows 70% practical and 30% theory
- 2. Developing practical knowledge and skill on Motor, Controller, Battery Pack Design, BMS, Charger equipments and Charging Station
- 3. Discussion on Industrial scenario and business opportunities
- 4. Unit wise practical Activities
|Unit: 2||EV Battery||EV Battery|
|BMS||Battery Management System|
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Course Fee for 72 hours (within one month) Entrepreneurship Training - Advance Certificate EV Technology & Business Management
Course Fee for Indian Students
|3||E-Libery Fee||Rs. 00.00|
|4||Study Material Fee||Rs. 00.00|
|5||Exam Fee||Rs. 00.00|
GST @18% Extra
Course Fee for International Students
|1||Registration Fee||$ 42|
|3||E-Libery Fee||$ 00.00|
|4||Study Material Fee||$ 00.00|
|5||Exam Fee||$ 00.00|
GST @18% Extra