The blogpost highlights the Enlight EVs cluster latest project updates on advancing sustainable e-mobility.
“Leading the Way in Innovative Lightweight EV Components” The Global Automotive Components and Suppliers (GACS) Expo 2023 in Stuttgart, Germany is just around the corner! The EnLightEVs cluster, comprised of EU-funded projects – REVOLUTION Project, Greenvehicles LEVIS, FLAMINGo and ALMA – will jointly showcase their innovative technologies for lightweighting electric vehicle (EVs) components at the […]
ALMA is breaking boundaries and established systems, looking to revolutionize the automotive industry for a greener future.
ALMA consortium partners have updated the progress report. At the end of this year, the consortium will present their updates at the GACS Expo 2023.
ALMA is redesigning the future of e-mobility with lightweight electric vehicles using an eco-design approach.
In the recent years, specialty polymers (composite plastics) have received significant attention owing to their varied applications in lightweighting initiatives, notably in the automotive and transportation sector.
ALMA will be showcasing its new technologies and innovations at the Global Automotive Components and Suppliers (GACS) Expo 2023, which features cutting-edge manufacturing expertise from around the world.
“Novel EV multi-material platform design made to be reused and recycled that boasts a mass reduction of 146 kg , which translates to a 26% weight reduction compared to the baseline BEV.”
After the ALMA presentation at the EnlightEVs EU Green Week 2023 webinar, our guest speaker challenged the presenter on the choice of working on an existing car frame. By removing legacy limitations, surely we increase the innovation potential? Read more …
EU Green Week Webinar | Towards a more sustainable mobility through the implementation of advanced solutions and lightweight materials in Electric Vehicles
The EnlightEVs Cluster of automotive lightweighting research and innovation projects hosted an official EU Green Week side event to present their project work as well as how this has resulted in concepts, tools and technologies that the sector should be adopting to develop more practical and efficient vehicles in the future. The webinar was opened by Maurizio Maggiore, Senior Expert from DG Research at the European Commission.