DUBLIN, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The “Global and China New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Market Research Report, 2021” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

Electric vehicle thermal management system research: rapid iterative application of new technologies such as heat pump air conditioning and fourth generation refrigerant

from China The market size for new energy vehicle thermal management systems will exceed 40 billion RMB in 2025

Due to the low efficiency of the internal combustion engine and sufficient residual heat from the engine, the temperature management of traditional fuel vehicles mainly focuses on cooling and heat dissipation, with a relatively simple structure.

On the other hand, the thermal management system of the new energy vehicle is more complex, comprising the refrigeration system, the heating system (PTC / heat pump), the thermal management system of the battery (air cooling / liquid cooling / direct cooling) and the cooling system controlled by an electric motor. (liquid cooling / independent heat exchange) and the unique PHEV engine and gearbox cooling systems. Therefore, the value of a new energy vehicle is higher.

With the popularization of new energy vehicles, the automotive thermal management system has become complicated, with an increasingly complex structure and a higher level of integration. Upgrading independent modules to system engineering directly increases the cost of the automotive thermal management system by 1,600 RMB-2,500 (conventional fuel models) to 6,000 RMB-7,000 (new energy models).

By 2025, 15 million new energy vehicles will be sold worldwide, so that from China The market size for new energy vehicle thermal management systems is expected to reach 40.1 billion RMB, representing more than 40% of the global scale.

As new technologies evolve rapidly, the application of heat pump air conditioning system and fourth generation refrigerants like CO2 and R1234yf will accelerate.

Heat pump air conditioners will gradually be integrated into the standard configuration of high-end new energy passenger cars

At present, there are two main air conditioning system solutions for battery electric vehicles: (1) Air conditioning system with cooling only function + PTC heating (Positive Temperature Coefficient); (2) Heat pump air conditioning system.

For new energy passenger cars, most manufacturers of home air conditioning systems use PTC air heaters for heating (PTC water heaters are usually available in plug-in hybrid vehicles), i.e. that the PTC is heated by consuming battery power, which has a high power consumption.

The heat pump air conditioning system adopts air as the heat source, and its heating and cooling share the same system. Thanks to heating, dehumidification and high energy efficiency ratio, it is the perfect solution for the high energy consumption of new energy vehicle air conditioners and longer charging mileage of electric vehicles.

Today, more and more manufacturers of new energy vehicles, including Nissan, Renault, BMW, Volkswagen, Audi, Toyota, Tesla, BYD, SAIC, GAC and Geely, have adopted pump air conditioning systems. heat.

Fourth generation air conditioning refrigerants will become the main technical direction of automobile manufacturers in the future

Tesla’s thermal management system solutions have evolved into the fourth generation. From Model S to Model 3, then to Model Y, the architecture of Tesla’s thermal management system becomes more and more complex, with many more modes of operation. Volkswagen began to explore heat pump air conditioning technology earlier and has accumulated rich experience.

However, due to the small size of new energy vehicles, its heat pump technology has not been widely promoted within the group. In the future, with the series production of models on the battery-electric MEB platform, Volkswagen’s sophisticated heat pump technology will significantly enhance its new energy products.

In the market for thermal management systems for traditional and new energy vehicles, traditional giants with foreign capital such as Denso, Valeo, Hanon, Mahle, etc. resources, while national counterparts provide system components.

With the popularization of new energy vehicles in China, domestic manufacturers, such as Yinlun Machinery and Sanhua Intelligent Controls, quickly seize domestic new energy vehicle enterprises with rapid response, cost control and geographic advantages, and have gained experience in mass production of integrated thermal management systems. At April 18, 2021, Huawei has launched TMS 2.0, an intelligent car thermal management solution, which will be mass-produced in 2022. Compared to TMS 1.0 installed on BAIC ARCFOX, it has a higher level of integration, and it is improved in terms of energy efficiency, calibration efficiency and experience.

Domestic Tier 1 enterprises started with parts at an early stage, focusing on R&D and production of valves, pumps and pipelines. They broke the foreign monopoly, mastered the key technology of core components, entered the thermal management industry, approved the scale and products of key customers by linking foreign system integration customers, and accumulated experience. valuable in systems integration.

On this basis, they are gradually turning into providers of automotive thermal management solutions, offering more types of products to domestic OEMs.

Main topics covered:

1 Introduction to the thermal management system for new energy vehicles
1.1 Definition of the thermal management system for new energy vehicles
1.2 Structure of the thermal management system of traditional / new energy vehicles
1.3 Main parts of the thermal management system of new energy vehicles
1.4 Industrial Chain Structure of Thermal Management System

2 Policies and scale of thermal management of new energy vehicles
2.1 Policies relating to the thermal management system of new energy vehicles
2.2 Forecast of sales volume and penetration rate of new energy vehicles
2.3 Global and Chinese Automotive Thermal Management System Market Size
2.4 Cost of the thermal management system for new energy vehicles
2.5 Competitive Landscape of Thermal Management System for New Energy Vehicles
2.6 Development trends of thermal management system of new energy vehicles

3 Industrial chain for thermal management of new energy vehicles
3.1 Heat pump air conditioning system for new energy vehicles
3.2 Heat pump air conditioning refrigerants for new energy vehicles
3.3 Electric compressors for new energy vehicles
3.4 Thermal management system of the power battery for new energy vehicles
3.5 Other parts of thermal management of new energy vehicles

4 new suppliers of thermal management systems for energy vehicles
4.1 Denso
4.2 Mahle
4.3 Valeo
4.4 Hanon
4.5 Continental
4.6 Aotecar
4.7 Yinlun Machines
4.8 Sanhua smart controls
4.9 Songz automotive air conditioning
4.10 Hasco
4.12 Feilong automotive components
4.13 Kelai
4.14 Baling technology
4.15 Huawei

5 thermal management system solutions for automotive suppliers
5.1 Tesla
5.2 BYD
5.3 Volkswagen
5.4 Audi
5.5 BMW
5.6 Geely
5.7 Lixiang
5.8 Xpeng Automotive
5.9 WM

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