Electric car on the road

Electric cars

EFD Induction aims to be in the driver's seat when it comes to electrification of the automotive industry. Our newest film shows just how much induction technology can contribute to a future of carbon-free driving.

For more than 70 years, EFD Induction has been a trusted supplier of induction heating solutions to the automotive industry. With our unique technology, we have made car production cleaner, safer and more efficient. Nearly every car in Europe contains components that have been heat treated with equipment from EFD Induction. Now, car production is in the middle of a revolution – the biggest, some say, since Henry Ford's production line started churning out Model Ts.

The recent UN Climate Change Conference underlined the urgent need for emission reductions.  Globally, transport accounts for roughly one third of global warming emissions, and with rising demands for an end to the use of fossil fuels, electrification of the automotive industry is coming at full speed.

EFD Induction stand ready to do our part. Based on our long experience and knowhow, we can give expert advice on how to make the overall carbon footprint of electric vehicles even smaller.

Induction technology is ideal for the manufacturing of electric vehicles, and, as you can see in the film, our heating solutions are used in almost all parts of a modern electric car. Induction is far more energy-efficient and eco-friendly than other heating alternatives, and it does not emit carbon dioxide.

Sales of electric cars are racing forward, taking over significant market shares. In 2020, more than 1 in 10 cars registered in the EU was electrically chargeable. Norway is leading the world in the electrification of transport, with more than 70% of all new car sales being electric. In 2025 it will become the first country to completely ban new internal combustion engine cars. A number of other countries as well as large cities will follow suit in the next few years.

Major car manufacturers now pledge to completely phase out their production of fossil fuelled vehicles within the next decade or two. As the speed of innovation picks up, we can look forward to lower prices, higher efficiency and better performance as new, more powerful solid-state technology combines with a dense network of charging stations to eradicate range anxiety. Soon, electric cars will drive their fossil fuelled rivals off the road.


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