A new generation of hybrid vehicle to lower fuel consumption and pollution in driving conditions
Tank-to-wheel CO2 emissions of road transport should be reduce by 90% by 2050 to achieve climate neutrality. Less energy intensive architectures than BEV such as HEV and PHEV will play a significant role in the transition towards future mobility solutions.
PHOENICE aims to demonstrate the maximal potential of a plug-in hybrid vehicle, optimised to reduce both fuel consumption and pollutant emissions in real driving conditions.
Update on the Project
This project has received funding form the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101006841 This document reflects only the author’s view and the Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains
The first engine prototype has been assembled and installed at the IFPEN test bench
The first engine prototype has been assembled and installed at the IFPEN test bench! Most of the new features, including the high-pressure injection system, the
Garrett is proud to bring its state-of-the-art E-Turbo Technology to PHOENICE project
The concept embeds a high-speed electric motor (>200k rpm) into the core of the Turbocharger which is powered and controlled by Garrett’s own inverter. In
The manufacturing and on-bench characterization of waste heat recovery systems (WHRS) completed by Marelli Europe
The manufacturing and on-bench characterization of waste heat recovery systems (WHRS) completed by Marelli Europe! Two different devices were considered: Exhaust heat recovery system (EHRS)
PHOENICE Was Present At The RTR Conference 2023 In Brussels!
The PHOENICE project was present at the RTR Conference 2023 taking place in Brussels from February 14 to 16. The event focussed on Horizon2020 projects’
PHOENICE was present at the CO2 reduction conference in Turin
Fully integrated in the development of the hybrid vehicle market in order to limit CO2 emissions, the PHOENICE project was present at the conference “CO2