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PETRONAS holds inaugural Electric Vehicle Fluids Symposium in Turin



KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 10 -- PETRONAS Lubricants International (PLI), the global lubricants manufacturing and marketing arm of PETRONAS, organised the inaugural Electric Vehicle (EV) Fluids Symposium at its Global Research and Technology (R&T) Centre in Turin, Italy on Nov 7.

In a statement, the company said the symposium was attended by more than 120 participants comprising industry-leading experts from across the world to discuss and feature EV innovations that support a cleaner, energy-efficient and more sustainable e-mobility future.

It said the symposium provides a platform for experts to share future EV technology trends, their market relevance and the role of fluids in the evolution of e-transmission and battery technologies.

“During the symposium, PLI also shared the findings of the industry’s first global study in EV Technology and Fluids focusing on Electric Drive Units and Batteries.

“The study, carried out in collaboration with FEV Consulting, concluded that innovation is crucial in advancing EV performance and durability, and continued improvement is needed to promote increased adoption rates of electric transportation by consumers,” it added.

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