Robert Bosch Hungary develops EV motor cooling system
Robert Bosch Energy and Body Systems developed a cooling pump and motor cooling fan for electric vehicles with its consortial partners the University of Miskolc and Bay Zoltán Applied Research Public Nonprofit with a HUF 1.038 billion European Union grant, the company said.
The project developed technical solutions for next-generation cooling pumps and motor cooling fans for electric vehicles.
It also created new electromobility-related R&D capacities and competences at the consortium members, who purchased new devices and equipment.
Robert Bosch Energy and Body Systems had revenue of HUF 354.6 bln in 2020, had CAPEX of HUF 8.8 bln and spent almost HUF 2 bln on R&D. The company employs 2,700 workers.
The Bosch group is one of Hungary's biggest foreign industrial employers, with nine units and a headcount of more than 15,500.
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