Renault Megane E-Tech
Electrical golf from France: thanks to nuclear power, it drives with Europe’s green electricity mix
Renault Can feed electricity back into the network: Renault introduces Megane E-Tech Electric
With the Megane E-Tech Electric, Renault is presenting an electric car at this year’s IAA that the "Nouvelle Vague", ie one "new wave" Ruts down. The aim is to do the "The greenest drive mix of all manufacturers in Europe" to offer.
The new Renault Megane E-Tech Electric is to become the first vehicle that uses the newly developed, modular CMF-EV platform of the Allianz Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi. The E-Tech at the Douai location in northern France is to be manufactured. Sustainability is an important aspect in the manufacture of the vehicle – 95 percent of the vehicle should be recycled at its end of life.
!30 or 218 hp performance
The Megane E-Tech Electric characterize short overhangs and a long wheelbase of 2.70 meters with a total length of 4.21 meters. At 1.5 meters, the electric compact car is only a little higher than the current Megane with an incinerator despite the battery in the vehicle floor.
Renault wants to offer the Megane E-Tech in two drive variants with 96 kW/130 hp and 160 kW/218 hp. In the larger motorization, a torque of 300 Nm enables an acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.4 seconds. The top speed should be 160 km/h. The driver has the choice between four recuperation levels from level 0 (no recuperative brake) to level 3 (maximum recuperation).
Renault Can feed electricity back into the network: Renault introduces Megane E-Tech Electric
According to a press release, the electric memory of the E-Tech is a lithium-ion NMC battery (nickel, manganese, cobalt) that contains more nickel and less cobalt. In addition, the battery as well as the electric motor has liquid cooling. Renault wants to offer the battery in two sizes, once with 40 kWh capacity for a range of 300 kilometers according to WLTP cycle, once with 60 kWh for a range of up to 470 kilometers according to WLTP. The electric france can also tolerate a wide range of different charging services and electricity: it should have to load eight hours for 400 kilometers of range on a 7.4 kW wall box, but it should be on the other hand on a 130-kW speed charging station up to Can load a 300 kilometer range.
Auto Motor & Sport The magazine "Auto Motor & Sport" Compare the CO2 balance of electric cars of different countries. Germany cuts poorly – France shines, and above all because of the WiKen Co2 -neutral nuclear power
Extremely CO2 arm on the way
As part of a "larger electrical ecosystem" the Megane should also have the technical prerequisite for bidirectional shops. So the car can reset electricity to the network with the vehicle-to-grid technology (V2G). When it comes to CO2 balance sheet, Renault has a great advantage in his homeland anyway: the French rely heavily on nuclear power, which gives the cars a very good climate balance. The car comes to just 11.5 grams of CO2 per kilometer.
Renault March 2022 specifies as the start of sales, the pre -orders are to be opened from February. Prices have not yet been known.
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This article was written by Tobias Stahl
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16 thoughts on “Renault Megane E-Tech in the first check”
Haha, already funny
How the alleged "Scholar" argue over any new -fashioned cheese. In the good … You don’t have this problem old diesel!!
Commercial grids definition!
"Power grids serve to supply consumers with electrical energy and connect (!!!) The power plants and other energy converters, for example, wind energy and photovoltaic systems. This is done at different levels of voltage to reduce network losses. By lifting the voltage, the required cross -section of the power lines and the effort for the performance circuit devices drops, on the other hand, the effort and the costs for insulation and separation increase increase in protection against overbeat and crawl flows. The power supply network is operated with three -phase change current and usually includes four voltage levels to overcome long distances and on the other hand to offer user -friendly tensions."… To ask?
To the Lord Bender
However, as an engineer of electrical engineering, you do not have to instruct me in honor of your statements in honor. That cannot save electricity is something of the day before yesterday.
However, I have to admit that extremely long lines can work under certain circumstances like a capacitor. Thus, theoretically, the possibility of storing electricity on the network would be purely fulfilled. I didn’t want to make an allusion with the extremely long lines, now meant purely subject -related.
On the technical statements of this article
"He should have to load eight hours for 400 kilometers of range on a 7.4 kW wall box, but it should be able to charge a range of 130 kW loading station up to 300 kilometers in 30 minutes". Should that be impressive, it’s rather ridiculous? "As part of a "larger electrical ecosystem" the Megane should also have the technical prerequisite for bidirectional shops. So the car can reset electricity to the network with the vehicle-to-grid technology (V2G)". All well and good as long as the owners accept this and the associated "Aging process" accept the battery. However, this should not matter to the French, since France has enough nuclear power after which "Even castrated" Germany will soon lick your fingers.
France has just
Then when it matters no nuclear power. In winter, things have to be switched off due to frozen rivers, in summer due to too warm water in the rivers. Then France buys from Germany because nuclear power always available.
Structure of the German power grid
Our power grid has four tension levels that are operated with alternating current and are connected by transformers. The entire power grid had a length of around 1.8 million kilometers in 2016 and needs 550,000 transformers to supply the different voltage levels. Around 1.45 million kilometers of this network or almost 81 percent were earth cables in 2015. Since the electricity cannot be saved practically, as much energy must be fed into in this network every second, as required, which means an enormous effort in control capacity to keep the network stable. The network frequency of 50 Hertz is particularly critical here… I can safely save myself further explanations, Mr. .
That you should just accept the facts. You should save your arrogant way. Still a wonderful day
@bender – big "politician time"
… meets "little electrician". For me this is a dispute over the emperor Bart, whom the SPK electrician breaks off the fence here. The WiWo writes: "In the future, e-mobile part of intelligent power grids (" smart grid ")" & ecomento should become.de formulated: "The bidirectional solution" Vehicle to Grid "is about making as many electric cars as possible part of the power grid". Part of the power grid! Everyone knows how it means or not? Why suddenly so "sophisticated". Doesn’t fit at all. PS: "My prophetin" may be your Vice Chancellor & I will treat you.
I do not break a dispute over the emperor Bart from the fence, but refute her polemical statement, quote, "That the word of the prophetin is fulfilled to save electricity "online", which the common combustion car." They want to sell others as stupid, but do not admit their own stupidity. Not like that, Herbert KOpnick, Ltd. MR. A.D.
… For the narrow-gauge pygmae and Kobold technician. The colloquial term power grid describes a network for transmission and distribution of electrical energy in electrical energy technology. It consists of electrical lines such as overhead lines and earth cables as well as the associated facilities such as switching and transferring works. Power plants and other facilities or components serve to feed the power grid and are not part of the same! So the statement of the "Prophetin annalena", You can save electricity on the net, incorrect, even if the pension official goblet claims it here again. He should be his "prophetess" unprepared after the "Vehicle-to-grid technology (V2G)" Questions, I would be excited about the answer.
Even Annalena Baerbock has now understood (has probably been advised) that there was a difference between "network" and "feed" (Kraftwerke, pumped memory kW…) gives. I quote Annalena Baerbock literally here, "Functional and networks appear very similar, even if they are physically completely different." (Source: Annalena Baerbock, "On the subject of networks and memory"))).
… "A crucial point is also the open technology, she said in the hall under applause. E-mobility will be a pillar, but also hydrogen and synthetic fuels are contributions to the climate", Quote, Angela Merkel for the opening of the IAA Mobility in Munich. And yes, before now comes back, "Hydrogen and synthetic fuels only for trucks, ships and aircraft and efficiency and 7 times as much electricity as…", we had that before. You can continue to nod with de KOpp or shake it, I don’t care about anything.
Regardless of the technical implementations…..Who will benefit from it ? Homeowners with a PV on the roof and certainly more than one car on the yard. How much % are that in d ? Quite much "What, if and should, would have to" Do not think that such a comprehensive implementation experience many here in the forum live…… We don’t even need to discuss the rest of the car world globally……
It is still remarkable. In the future it will be standard what Renault is donating from the Megane: the technical prerequisite for bidirectional charging. So the car can reset electricity to the network with the vehicle-to-grid technology (V2G). VW wants to equip all e-cars on the new platforms bidirectional from the middle of the year. That the word of the prophetin is fulfilled to save electricity "online", which the common combustion car.
For the bidirectional shop, electricity should be saved on the net, which many cannot imagine. You can imagine a lot and save in the line network is not possible. This requires a storage medium, which 99.99% of people do not have. So you will no longer experience that this will be normal everyday life.