Centrale Nantes and Renault to develop engines of the future

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Centrale Nantes and Renault have launched the first Research Chair dedicated to the propulsion performance of electric vehicles, with a budget of 4.6 million euros over 5 years.

"Renault has worked with electrification systems for several years. This Chair will be tasked with putting advanced propulsion system technologies in place in order to explore new avenues to optimise the performance, robustness, safety and costs of electric and hybrid engines", explained Philippe Schulz, Director of Design for Electric and Hybrid Powertrains at Renault Groupe.

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Centrale Nantes and Renault to develop engines of the future