Electrifying the future: EV Innovations and Sustainable Solutions at Taipei AMPA 2024

Exhibitors like AcBel Polytech are showcasing pivotal components designed to optimize vehicle performance and promote environmental responsibility.

The Taipei AMPA Show 2024 is setting the stage for the future of electric vehicles (EVs) and sustainability in the automotive industry. With a focus on electrification and green technologies, exhibitors like AcBel Polytech are showcasing pivotal components designed to optimize vehicle performance and promote environmental responsibility.

AcBel Polytech: Revolutionizing EV Performance with SiC Inverter

AcBel Polytech is at the forefront of EV technology with its 800V high-voltage silicon carbide (SiC) inverter, a key component in electric vehicles that enhances voltage adaptability, reduces charging duration, and extends driving range. The inverter’s dual-sided three-dimensional channel cooling technology effectively addresses heat dissipation issues and minimizes overall weight. Boasting an impressive power density of up to 30 kW/L and an outstanding efficiency rate of 98.5%, this innovative inverter is developed with a software architecture adhering to the AUTOSAR standard framework and is compliant with the ISO26262 ASIL-D. AcBel’s inverter suits a wide spectrum of vehicle types, from passenger cars to commercial vehicles, making it a game-changer in the EV market.

Embracing Sustainability and Innovation

The emphasis on EV innovations and sustainable solutions at Taipei AMPA 2024 aligns with the show’s [RE:DUCE] and [RE:THINK] themes, highlighting the industry’s commitment to environmental responsibility and the exploration of alternative energy sources. As the automotive industry continues to evolve, the integration of advanced technologies like AcBel’s SiC inverter is paving the way for a more sustainable and efficient future.

Attendees of Taipei AMPA 2024 are invited to explore the latest advancements in EV technology and sustainability. AcBel Polytech can be found at Booth No. M0802 in the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 1.


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