Midtronics Releases Electric Vehicle Battery Service Strategy Guide

Midtronics Releases EV Battery Service Strategy Guide

The guide includes service considerations such as safety, strategies, applications and training.

Midtronics announces the release of its comprehensive electric vehicle battery service strategy guide. The guide includes strategies on applications, service considerations (such as safety, strategies, applications and training), aftermarket implications and much more.

The guide, created to serve as a playbook for OEMs and service providers, offers guidance to organizations and individuals responsible for the organizational strategy and execution of electric vehicle (EV) battery service, testing, maintenance and repairs.

“We are excited about the release of The EV Battery Service Strategy Guide,” said Will Sampson, president of Midtronics, Inc. “As the leader in xEV battery service, we have built a strong level of expertise with leading vehicle OEMs using our equipment for battery level service at thousands of dealerships around the world. This guide breaks down the knowledge we’ve gained from working with early adopters as the service experience continues to evolve.”

Over the next 10 years, the vehicle population will undergo a massive shift toward electric vehicles. Indeed, Deloitte predicts that “[the] global EV forecast is for a compound annual growth rate of 29% achieved over the next 10 years: Total EV sales growing from 2.5 million in 2020 to 11.2 million in 2025, then reaching 31.1 million by 2030. EVs would secure approximately 32%t of the total market share for new car sales.”

Since 2010, Midtronics has been helping its customers become service ready for high-voltage batteries in electric vehicles, and this guide furthers that initiative by providing current and future Midtronics customers with the knowledge and strategies required to keep them prepared for all things EV battery testing, maintenance and repair.

To download “The EV Battery Service Strategy Guide,” visit: https://www.midtronics.com/ev-battery-service-strategy-guide/.

Source: Alberts, Geneviève, Day, Edward, Fullerton-Smith, Saskia, Hamilton, Dr. Jamie, Ringrow, James, and Walton, Dr. Bryn. “Electric Vehicles: Setting a course for 2030.” July 28, 2020. https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/insights/focus/future-of-mobility/electric-vehicle-trends-2030.html

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