Energy crises, global warming and growing pollution and have all contributed to increased environmental awareness. Raising most concerns, automotive are often mentioned as a main reason and cause of emissions, but also as a potential solution through greener vehicles.

SGS is proud to announce the release of a new whitepaper on e-mobility.

The whitepaper addresses the key issues affecting e-mobility in the automotive industry in its attempts to gain customer acceptance and to comply with a growing array of international standards and legal requirements.

Key topics such as infrastructure costs and expertise required to achieve compliance, and the time needed to stay up-to-date with best practice are covered. The paper therefore helps automotive industry professionals find a way to reach consumer confidence and find the best way to product compliance in order to ensure commercial success.

Readers can download the whitepaper to learn more about e-mobility and other automotive battery issues such as safety testing and compliance to international standards and legal requirements.

About SGS Automotive Services

SGS offers training, consultancy, safety analytics, testing and certification for automotive and electrical components such as batteries. The company provides a reliable infrastructure for independent, accurate and impartial automotive testing, because it is independent of trade and industry, and is not a manufacturer of test equipment. With a large network of offices around the world, SGS helps provide a truly unique and independent global service.

For further information about electric mobility, please contact an SGS expert.

Contact details:

SGS Consumer Testing Services
Detlef Hoffmann
Business Development Manager - Automotive
t: +49 (0)89 787475-400

Swati Tyagi
Global Marketing Communications - Automotive
t: +91 124 6776205

About SGS

SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 75,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 1,500 offices and laboratories around the world.