Operating through the IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute, IFP Energies Nouvelles (IFPEN) has published the findings of an economic, energy and environmental study into French road transport technologies in the lead-up to 2040, co-funded by the ADEME.
[currently being updated] All-electric vehicles operate with a battery and an electric motor. The large-capacity battery has to be recharged with the vehicle stationary at a charging station. Environmental benefits Challenges to overcome Progress in terms of range and costs A still limited market
[currently being updated] The vehicle is equipped with a combined IC/electric powertrain system and two energy storage systems: a fuel tank and a battery. Energy use optimization Good environmental performances Technical and economic challenges
Reducing CO2 and pollutant emissions, diversifying energy sources and incorporating the evolution in transport modes: these are the challenges associated with sustainable mobility for industry. IFPEN channels its expertise into addressing this triple challenge, within the framework of the IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute. Its technological offer is structured around
The Carnot IFPEN Transports Energie, a member of the Carnot network for more than 15 years! The Carnot IFPEN Transports Energie was awarded the “Carnot Institute” label by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation as soon as it was launched, in 2006. It has been pursuing its
Electrified Mobility Our networks European Projects PHOENICE: TOWARDS A PLUG-IN ZERO-EMISSION HYBRID VEHICLE Coordinated by IFPEN and conducted with seven industrial and academic partners, the PHOENICE (PHev towards zerO EmissioNs & ultimate ICE efficiency) project, launched in 2021, is aimed at developing a plug-in hybrid vehicle demonstrator with reduced fuel