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Sustainable mobility
Innovation and Industry

Sustainable mobility

Reducing CO 2 and pollutant emissions, diversifying energy sources and incorporating the evolution in transport modes: these are the challenges associated with sustainable mobility for industry. IFPEN
Innovation et industry
Innovation and Industry

IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute

The IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute, a member of the Carnot network for more than 12 years! The IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute was awarded the “Carnot Institute” label by the
Hybrid and electric powertrains
Innovation and Industry

Our networks

Hybrid and electric powertrains Our networks CARA European Cluster for Mobility Solutions IFPEN is one of the founding members of CARA , the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region competitiveness cluster, set up
Hybrid and electric powertrains
Innovation and Industry

Our strengths

Hybrid and electric powertrains Our strengths Industrial partnerships for the joint development of our technological products A modeling-based approach, adapted for a range of products to reduce the
Motorisations hybrides et électriques
Innovation and Industry

Our solutions

HYBRID AND ELECTRIC POWERTRAINS OUR solutions To support the gathering momentum in the electrification of the transport sector, IFPEN is working on the various building blocks of the powertrain:
Motorisations hybrides et électriques
Innovation and Industry

Hybrid and electric powertrains

Hybrid and electric powertrains Overview and challenges Globally, the transport sector is responsible for 23% of greenhouse gas emissions (GGEs). To reduce them, there is a significant shift towards
Issue 30 Science@ifpen
Brèves

Energy in vehicles: we’ve got it under control!

In hybrid vehicles, onboard algorithms are aimed at splitting power between the various energy sources in order to minimize fuel consumption and/or pollutant emissions . This real-time management
Issue 29 Science@ifpen
Brèves

SCelecTRA: prize for best 2030 scenario for electric mobility

Selected as part of the European ERANET-Electromobility+ program a and coordinated by IFPEN, the SCelecTRA (1) project was aimed at assessing the potential and conditions for the development of