New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Market Research Report, 2021
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Research on EV Thermal Management System: Fast iterative Application of New Technologies such as Heat Pump Air conditioning and Fourth-generation Refrigerant

China's new energy vehicle thermal management system market size will exceed RMB40 billion in 2025

Due to the low efficiency of the internal combustion engine and the sufficient residual heat from the engine, the temperature management of traditional fuel vehicles mainly focuses on cooling and heat dissipation, with a relatively simple structure. In contrast, the new energy vehicle thermal management system is more complex, including refrigeration system, heating system (PTC/heat pump), battery thermal management system (air cooling /liquid cooling /direct cooling), and electric-motor-controlled cooling system (liquid cooling/independent heat exchange) and PHEV's unique engine cooling and gearbox cooling systems. Therefore, the value of a new energy vehicle is higher.


With the popularization of new energy vehicles, the automotive thermal management system has become complicated, with an increasingly complex structure and a higher integration level. The upgrade from independent modules to system engineering directly makes the cost of the automotive thermal management system swell from RMB1,600-2,500 (traditional fuel models) to RMB6,000-7,000 (new energy models). By 2025, 15 million new energy vehicles will be sold globally, so that China's new energy vehicle thermal management system market size is expected to hit RMB40.1 billion, accounting for more than 40% of the global scale.


As new technologies evolve rapidly, the application of the heat pump air conditioning system and the fourth-generation refrigerants like CO2 and R1234yf will accelerate

(1) Heat pump air conditioners will gradually be included in the standard configuration of high-end new energy passenger cars

At present, there are two main air conditioning system solutions for battery-electric vehicles: (1) Air conditioning system with cooling function only + PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) heating; (2) Heat pump air conditioning system.

For new energy passenger cars, most domestic air conditioning system manufacturers use PTC air heaters for heating (PTC water heaters are generally available in plug-in hybrid vehicles), that is, PTC is heated by consuming battery power, which features high energy consumption. The heat pump air conditioning system adopts air as the heat source, and its heating and cooling share the same system. Thanks to heating, dehumidification and high energy efficiency ratio, it is the perfect solution for the high energy consumption of new energy vehicle air conditioners and longer recharge mileage of electric vehicles.

At present, more and more new energy vehicle manufacturers, including Nissan, Renault, BMW, Volkswagen, Audi, Toyota, Tesla, BYD, SAIC, GAC and Geely, have adopted heat pump air conditioning systems.


 (2) The fourth-generation air conditioning refrigerants will become the main technical direction of automakers in the future

With a long history, refrigerants are an indispensable part of the air conditioning system. As people’s awareness of environmental protection improves and requirements are proposed on the performance of air conditioning systems, refrigerants have undergone several updates since 1830:

1. The first generation of refrigerants mainly focus on workability. Main representatives: NH3, etc.;
2. The second-generation refrigerants mainly feature safety and toxicity. Main representatives: R11, R12, etc.;
3. The third-generation refrigerants, mainly the refrigerants with low ODP (ozone depletion potential), pay attention to the destruction of the ozone layer. Main representatives: R22, R134a, etc.;
4. The fourth-generation refrigerants, like the refrigerants with zero ODP and low GWP (global warming potential), begin to be involved with the issue of global warming. Main representatives: CO2, R1234yf, etc.

Automotive air conditioning refrigerants are transitioning from the third generation to the fourth generation. The first-generation refrigerants, mainly R11 and R12, damage the ozone layer severely and pose a greenhouse effect. Now, R12 has been eliminated and been banned on new cars in China since 2002. With the steady progress of environmental protection policies, the replacement of R-134a is inevitable, but automakers have different opinions on using which refrigerant, R-1234yf or CO2, to substitute it.


OEMs choose thermal management technology roadmaps and system architectures according to their own needs, bringing many development opportunities for domestic suppliers.

Compared with mature fuel vehicles, automakers are still exploring and redefining the technology roadmaps and system architectures of the thermal management system for new energy vehicles. Major automakers have proposed their own solutions, especially Tesla and Volkswagen are the forerunners whose exploration in the thermal management system of new energy vehicles may indicate the future development direction of the industry.

Tesla’s thermal management system solutions have evolved into the fourth generation. From Model S to Model 3, then to Model Y, the architecture of Tesla’s thermal management system is becoming more and more complex, with much more working modes. Volkswagen started to explore heat pump air conditioning technology earlier and has accumulated rich experience. However, due to the small scale of new energy vehicles, its heat pump technology has not been widely promoted within the group. In the future, with the mass production of models on the battery-electric MEB platform, Volkswagen's sophisticated heat pump technology will bolster its new energy products greatly.


In the thermal management system market for traditional energy and new energy vehicles, traditional foreign-funded giants such as Denso, Valeo, Hanon, Mahle, etc. still dominate the supply of first-level system integration by virtue of deep technology accumulation and enormous customer resources, while domestic counterparts supply system components.

With the popularization of new energy vehicles in China, domestic manufacturers, such as Yinlun Machinery and Sanhua Intelligent Controls, quickly seize domestic new energy vehicle companies thanks to rapid response, cost control and geographical advantages, and have obtained experience in mass production of thermal management integrated systems. On April 18, 2021, Huawei released TMS 2.0, a smart car thermal management solution, which will be mass-produced in 2022. Compared with TMS 1.0 installed on BAIC ARCFOX, it has a higher level of integration, and it is improved in energy efficiency, calibration efficiency and experience.

Domestic Tier1 companies started with parts in the early stage, focusing on the R&D and production of valves, pumps, and pipelines. They have broken the foreign monopoly, mastered the key technology of core components, entered the thermal management industry, endorsed the scale and products of key customers by binding foreign system integration customers, and accumulated valuable experience in system integration. On this basis, they are gradually transforming into suppliers of automotive thermal management solutions, offering more product types to domestic OEMs.


1 Introduction to New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System  

1.1 Definition of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System 

1.2 Traditional/New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Structure 
1.2.1 Traditional/New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System - Air Conditioning System 
1.2.2 Traditional/New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System - Engine, Transmission and Accessory Thermal Management System
1.2.3 Traditional/New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System – “Electric Drive, Battery and Electric Control” Thermal Management System

1.3 Main Parts of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System  
1.4 Thermal Management System Industry Chain Structure 
1.5 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System - Technology Development Trends (1) 
1.6 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System - Technology Development Trends (2)  
1.7 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System - Market Development Trends 
2 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management Policies and Scale 

2.1 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Policies
2.1.1 Global New Energy Vehicle Incentives
2.1.2 China's National Policies Facilitate New Energy Vehicle Market in the Long Term
2.1.3 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Industry Standards (1) 
2.1.4 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Industry Standards (2)  

2.2 Forecast for Sales Volume and Penetration Rate of New Energy Vehicles
2.2.1 Global Electric Vehicle Ownership 
2.2.2 Electric Vehicle Ownership in Major Countries/Regions
2.2.3 Growth of Electric Vehicle Sales Volume in Major Countries/Regions
2.2.4 China’s Motor Vehicle/Automobile Ownership 
2.2.5 China’s Automobile Ownership by City
2.2.6 China’s New Energy Vehicle Output and Sales Volume 
2.2.7 Forecast for Global and China’s New Energy Vehicle Sales Volume  
2.2.8 Global New Energy Vehicle Penetration Rate

2.3 Global and China Automotive Thermal Management System Market Size  
2.3.1 Traditional Automotive Thermal Management System Market Size  
2.3.2 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Market Size  
2.3.3 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management Market Size by Segment

2.4 Thermal Management System Cost of New Energy Vehicles
2.4.1 Cost Structure 
2.4.2 The Value of Thermal Management System of a New Energy Vehicle Is about 2-3 Times Higher Than That of a Traditional Vehicle
2.4.3 Thermal Management System Value Comparison of Traditional/New Energy Vehicle

2.5 Competitive Landscape of Thermal Management System for New Energy Vehicles
2.5.1 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Made in China Was Mass-produced, with Much Higher Technical Level
2.5.2 Main Products and Customers of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management Suppliers 
2.5.3 Technology Comparison of Thermal Management System Enterprises
2.5.4 Foreign Automotive Thermal Management Companies Have Settled in China
2.5.5 Parts and Integration Products Layout of Domestic New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management Enterprises

2.6 Development Trends of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System 
2.6.1 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Should Feature Integration, Refinement, Low Cost and High Efficiency 
2.6.2 Core Technology Development of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System
2.6.3 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Develops towards Systemization and Modularization

3 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management Industry Chain  

3.1 Heat Pump Air Conditioning System for New Energy Vehicles
3.1.1 Heat Pump Air Conditioning System Represents the Development Trend of New Energy Vehicle Air Conditioning System
3.1.2 Air Conditioning System of PTC Air Heaters
3.1.3 PTC Electric Heaters
3.1.4 Heat Pump Air Conditioning System - Working Principle
3.1.5 Heat Pump Air Conditioning System - Assembly in Vehicles
3.1.6 Heat Pump Air Conditioning System- Models Supported
3.1.7 Heat Pump Air Conditioning System- Platform Architecture (1)
3.1.8 Heat Pump Air Conditioning System- Platform Architecture (2)

3.2 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants for New Energy Vehicles
3.2.1 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants - Development Stages
3.2.2 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants - Environmental Performance
3.2.3 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants - Comparison of Thermal Properties/Heating Performance  
3.2.4 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants - Cost Comparison
3.2.5 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants - Development Route
3.2.6 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants - Development of CO2 Technology Roadmap 
3.2.7 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants - Competitive Landscape of CO2 Air Conditioning Pipeline Market 
3.2.8 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants - Development Opportunities
3.2.9 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Refrigerants - Challenges

3.3 Electric Compressors for New Energy Vehicles 
3.3.1 Electric Compressors for New Energy Vehicles -Market Size  
3.3.2 Electric Compressors for New Energy Vehicles - Market Competition Pattern
3.3.3 Electric Compressors for New Energy Vehicles - Structure of Electric Scroll Compressors
3.3.4 Electric Compressors for New Energy Vehicles - Working Principle of Scroll Compressors
3.3.5 Electric Compressors for New Energy Vehicles - Several New Types of Electric Compressors

3.4 Power Battery Thermal Management System for New Energy Vehicles
3.4.1 Power Battery Thermal Management System Is the Core of Thermal Management System for New Energy Vehicles 
3.4.2 Power Battery Thermal Management System - Air-cooled Type
3.4.3 Power Battery Thermal Management System - Main Air-cooled Models 
3.4.4 Power Battery Thermal Management System - Liquid-cooled Type
3.4.5 Power Battery Thermal Management System - Main Liquid-cooled Models 
3.4.6 Power Battery Thermal Management System - Direct Cooling Type
3.6.7 Power Battery Thermal Management System - Main Models with Direct Cooling

3.5 Other parts of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management
3.5.1 Development Advantages of Electronic Water Pumps for New Energy Vehicles
3.5.2 High Pressure Heater Solution
3.5.3 High Pressure Water Heaters/Air Conditioning Controllers

4 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System Suppliers 

4.1 Denso 
4.1.1 Profile 
4.1.2 Automotive Thermal Management System (1) 
4.1.3 Automotive Thermal Management System (2)  
4.1.4 Automotive Thermal Management System (3) 
4.1.5 Automotive Thermal Management System (4) 
4.1.6 Automotive Thermal Management Solution 
4.1.7 Introduction to Heat Pump System
4.1.8 Heat Pump System Assembly Cases
4.1.9 Development Stages of Heat Pump System

4.2 Mahle 
4.2.1 Profile 
4.2.2 Main Business 
4.2.3 Automotive Thermal Management System 
4.2.4 Integrated Thermal Management System 
4.2.5 Passenger Car Thermal Management System: Refrigerant Circuit with Expansion Valves
4.2.6 Engine Cooling System 
4.2.7 Cooling System: Direct Charge Air Cooling Circuit
4.2.8 Cooling System: Indirect Intercooler Circuit
4.2.9 Cooling System: Indirect Charge Air Cooling Circuit - Exhaust Gas Recirculation Cooling 
4.2.10 Battery Cooling System 
4.2.11 Battery Cooling System: Circuit Based on Coolants and Refrigerants 
4.2.12 Automotive Thermal Management Products: Air Conditioning System and Its Components
4.2.13 Automotive Thermal Management Products: Engine Cooling Parts and Modules (1) 
4.2.14 Automotive Thermal Management Products: Engine Cooling Parts and Modules (2)  
4.2.15 Automotive Thermal Management Development 
4.2.16 Global Layout 
4.2.17 China’s Layout 

4.3 Valeo 
4.3.1 Profile 
4.3.2 Main Business 
4.3.3 Automotive Thermal Management System 
4.3.4 Heat Pump Technology 
4.3.5 FlexHeaters
4.3.6 Battery Cooling System 
4.3.7 Major Customers of Automotive Thermal Management System
4.3.8 Global Layout 

4.4 Hanon 
4.4.1 Profile
4.4.2 Automotive Thermal Management Products: HVAC
4.4.3 Automotive Thermal Management Products: Compressors
4.4.3 Automotive Thermal Management Products: Others
4.4.4 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System: Electric Vehicles/Hybrid Vehicles
4.4.5 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System: Fuel Cell Vehicles 
4.4.6 Major Customers of Automotive Thermal Management System
4.4.7 Global Layout of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System 

4.5 Continental
4.5.1 Classification of Thermal Management System
4.5.2 Thermal Management Vehicle System Optimization Strategy
4.5.3 Thermal Management Technology
4.5.4 Production Bases of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System

4.6 Aotecar 
4.6.1 Profile 
4.6.2 Main Business 
4.6.3 Air Conditioning Compressors
4.6.4 Air Conditioning Compressors for Electric Vehicles
4.6.5 Automotive Air Conditioning System 
4.6.6 Major Customers 

4.7 Yinlun Machinery 
4.7.1 Profile 
4.7.2 Thermal Management System Revenue 
4.7.3 Automotive Thermal Management Projects 
4.7.4 Automotive Thermal Management Products 
4.7.5 New Energy Passenger Car Thermal Management Products (1) 
4.7.6 New Energy Passenger Car Thermal Management Products (2)  
4.7.7 Capacity of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management Products 
4.7.8 Supply of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management Products 
4.7.9 Major Customers 
4.7.10 R&D Investment 
4.7.11 Global Layout 

4.8 Sanhua Intelligent Controls 
4.8.1 Profile 
4.8.2 Auto Parts Revenue 
4.8.3 Auto Parts R&D 
4.8.4 New Auto Parts Projects 
4.8.5 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System (1) 
4.8.6 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System (2)  
4.8.7 Capacity and Sales Volume of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management Products 
4.8.8 Customers of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System
4.8.9 Business Scope 

4.9 Songz Automobile Air Conditioning 
4.9.1 Profile 
4.9.2 Output, Sales Volume and Capacity of Automotive Thermal Management System 
4.9.3 Output, Sales Volume and Revenue of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management Products
4.9.4 Automotive Thermal Management System Business Model
4.9.5 Battery Thermal Management Series 
4.9.6 Planning of Auto Parts Projects  
4.9.7 R&D Direction and Development Stages of Automotive Thermal Management System
4.9.8 Partners

4.10 Hasco
4.10.1 Profile 
4.10.2 Thermal Management System 
4.10.3 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System 
4.10.4 Huayu Sanden - Air Conditioning Compressors 
4.10.5 Huayu Sanden - Heat Pump Air Conditioning 
4.10.6 Huayu Sanden - Customers of Electric Compressors
4.10.7 Shanghai Mahle - Automotive Air Conditioning System /Battery Thermal Management System 
4.10.8 Shanghai Mahle - Automotive Air Conditioning System /Battery Thermal Management System Products (1) 
4.10.9 Shanghai Mahle - Automotive Air Conditioning System /Battery Thermal Management System Products (2)  
4.10.10 Shanghai Mahle - Major Customers of Automotive Air Conditioning System /Battery Thermal Management System 
4.10.11 Shanghai Mahle – Subsidiaries of Automotive Air Conditioning System /Battery Thermal Management System 

4.11 Tenglong Auto Parts 
4.11.1 Profile 
4.11.2 Automotive Thermal Management System 
4.11.3 Major Customers 
4.11.4 R&D Centers and Production Bases

4.12 Feilong Auto Components 
4.12.1 Profile 
4.12.2 New Energy Cooling Component Modules
4.12.3 Patents and Customers of New Energy Thermal Management System
4.12.4 Features and Customers of Electronic Water Pump Technology
4.12.5 Electronic Water Pump Sales Volume

4.13 Kelai 
4.13.1 Profile 
4.13.2 Revenue Structure 
4.13.3 Output and Sales Volume and Capacity 
4.13.4 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System 
4.13.5 Heat Pump Air Conditioning Pipelines
4.13.6 Major Customers and Technology

4.14 Baling Technology 
4.14.1 Profile 
4.14.2 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System 
4.14.3 Capacity /Development Trends of New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System

4.15 Huawei
4.15.1 Intelligent Automotive Thermal Management Solution TMS: Appearance Structure
4.15.2 Intelligent Automotive Thermal Management Solution TMS: Integrated Design

5 Thermal Management System Solutions of Automotive OEMs 

5.1 Tesla
5.1.1 Development of Automotive Thermal Management System
5.1.2 Thermal Management Technology Roadmap 
5.1.3 Thermal Management System Is Becoming More And More Integrated
5.1.4 Working Mode of the Fourth-generation Thermal Management System - Taking Model Y as an Example (1) 
5.1.5 Working Mode of the Fourth-generation Thermal Management System - Taking Model Y as an Example (2)  
5.1.6 Working Mode of the Fourth-generation Thermal Management System - Taking Model Y as an Example (3) 
5.1.7 Working Mode of the Fourth-generation Thermal Management System - Taking Model Y as an Example (4) 
5.1.8 Working Mode of the Fourth-generation Thermal Management System - Taking Model Y as an Example (5) 
5.1.9 Working Mode of the Fourth-generation Thermal Management System - Taking Model Y as an Example (6) 
5.1.10 Working Mode of the Fourth-generation Thermal Management System - Taking Model Y as an Example (7) 
5.1.11 Working Mode of the Fourth-generation Thermal Management System - Taking Model Y as an Example (8) 
5.1.12 Thermal Management Architecture of Model Y - Eight-way Valve Heat pump Solution (1) 
5.1.13 Thermal Management Architecture of Model Y - Eight-way Valve Heat pump Solution (2)  

5.2 BYD 
5.2.1 Introduction to New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management  
5.2.2 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System: Low-temperature Heat Pump Technology 
5.2.3 New Energy Vehicle Thermal Management System: BMS Technology 
5.2.4 Features of Battery Thermal Management System 
5.2.5 Battery Thermal Management System 
5.2.6 Thermal Management System of Han EV (1) 
5.2.7 Thermal Management System of Han EV (2)  

5.3 Volkswagen 
5.3.1 Volkswagen -Heat Pump System 
5.3.2 Composition of Heat Pump System: AC Compressor
5.3.3 Composition of Heat Pump System: Valve Unit Assembly (1) 
5.3.4 Composition of Heat Pump System: Valve Unit Assembly (2)  
5.3.5 Composition of Heat Pump System: Control Mode 
5.3.6 Composition of Heat Pump System: Working Mode (1) 
5.3.7 Composition of Heat Pump System: Working Mode (2)  
5.3.8 Composition of Heat Pump System: Working Mode (3) 
5.3.9 Composition of Heat Pump System: Working Mode (4) 
5.3.10 ID.4 X Heat Pump Air Conditioning 
5.3.11 ID.4 X Heat Pump Air Conditioning: Working Mode
5.3.12 Thermal Management System of Golf GTE (Plug-in Hybrid) (1) 
5.3.13 Thermal Management System of Golf GTE (Plug-in Hybrid) (2)  

5.4 Audi 
5.4.1 Heat Pump Thermal Management System Principle of e-tron
5.4.2 Heat Pump Thermal Management System of e-tron (Battery-electric) - Motor Cooling System 
5.4.3 Heat Pump Thermal Management System of e-tron (Battery-electric) - Battery Cooling System (1) 
5.4.4 Heat Pump Thermal Management System of e-tron (Battery-electric) - Battery Cooling System (2)  
5.4.5 Heat Pump Thermal Management System of e-tron (Battery-electric) - Working Mode
5.4.6 Heat Pump Air Conditioning System of R8 e-tron (Battery-electric)

5.5 BMW 
5.5.1 BMW 5 Series PHEV/BMW 3 Series PHEV Battery Pack Thermal Management System- Refrigerant Direct Cooling (1)
5.5.2 BMW 5 Series PHEV/BMW 3 Series PHEV Battery Pack Thermal Management System-Refrigerant Direct Cooling (2)
5.5.3 BMW X5/BMW i8 Battery Pack Thermal Management System - R134a Direct Cooling

5.6 Geely   
5.6.1 Lynk & Co ZERO Direct Heat Pump System - Direct Heat Pump Solution (1) 
5.6.2 Lynk & Co ZERO Direct Heat Pump System - Direct Heat Pump Solution (2)  
5.6.3 Emgrand EV450 Thermal Management System - Liquid-cooled Solution Structure 
5.6.4 Emgrand EV450 Thermal Management System - Liquid-cooled Working Process
5.6.5 Emgrand EV450 Thermal Management System - Liquid-cooled Working Mode

5.7 Lixiang  
5.7.1 Lixiang ONE Thermal Management System Structure -Plug-in Hybrid Solution (1) 
5.7.2 Lixiang ONE Thermal Management System Structure -Plug-in Hybrid Solution (2)  

5.8 Xpeng Automotive 
5.8.1 Xpeng P7 Thermal Management Solution – PTC Electric Heating Solution 
5.8.2 Xpeng P7 Thermal Management Solution - Main Parts Suppliers

5.9 WM   
5.9.1 WM Thermal Management System 2.0 - Diesel Heating Solution

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