Electric Vehicle Power Tracker – April 2022

Our latest Electric Vehicle Power Tracker below, draws on data from The EV Motors Monthly Assessment.

The assessment provides monthly weighted averages of motor technology demand across vehicle classes, detailing the power and quantity deployed regionally and by vehicle segment. Click here to request a sample of this report.

 

Highlights from this month’s assessment include:
  • Vitesco Technologies announce the addition of an EESM to its product line-up offering a magnet free solution.
  • DS Automobiles demonstrate a concept vehicle which has no brakes
  • This month’s technology spotlight looks at the EESM, such as that announced by Vitesco, to assess some of the benefits and drawbacks of using this motor design.

 

In April we saw average power take a fall to 147kW, following the usual three-month cyclical nature of this power tracker. One key reason for this fall this time was the effects of the lockdowns in China in this period which saw a big reduction in sales and production of Tesla vehicles from the Shanghai factory. Tesla saw a 98% drop is sales y-o-y thanks to the shutdown. The three-month rolling average of power continued to rise slightly however thanks to the consistent rises of the past couple of months.

Why do we track EV motors?

As Electric Vehicle and battery market analysts, we track the development of EV motors and motor technology market share across the EV industry, on a monthly basis. Our EV Motors Monthly Assessment is an invaluable tool in understanding how the various technologies affect upstream material demand, particularly copper and rare earth elements, as well as how supply chains of those materials will affect future motor technologies. This report also keeps track of technological developments and movements in the power electronics industry.

Who benefits from subscribing to our EV Motors Monthly Assessment?

The EV Motors Monthly Assessment provides in-depth analysis of vehicle motor power, upstream material demand, and technological developments across the market. This makes it relevant to a wide variety of companies.

This report acts as an invaluable tool to those involved in the motor manufacturing and automotive part supplying industries, where it can be used to inform and build key policies and strategies. It is also a useful reference for those in the investment world, who may be looking to invest into a lesser-known part of the EV sector where significant energy and resources are focused. Other than that, this report can be used to help people better understand the technical side of the market, the dynamics involved, and which technologies are popular.

Anyone operating within the EV supply chain, will benefit from understanding the EV motor market, what is driving it and how it affects the wider EV market.

As part of the work involved to produce our EV Motors Monthly Assessment, we publish a monthly Electric Vehicle Power Tracker, (the full archive can be seen on our membership platform), to offer our members and followers regular insights into power vehicles demand. The Electric Vehicle Power Tracker is an assessment of the sales weighted average maximum total power for PC & LDVs (PHEV & BEV). This is based on monthly vehicle sales and our model-by-model analysis of vehicle motor power.

How do we track the EV motor market?

Our EV Motors Monthly Assessment is a weighted average of electric motor technology across the electric vehicle sector and contains in-depth analysis of vehicle motor power and upstream material demand.

Electric vehicle sales data is obtained from automotive associations at country level. This is done on a model-by-model basis for both BEV and PHEV vehicles for all major markets, and covers a minimum of 90% of total global market sales. This analysis provides a balanced representation of markets with different vehicle characteristics, suppliers and seasonality.

From this stage we assign the appropriate motor technology to each EV model, as multiple motors, often of differing technologies, are common in some vehicle variations. We model this split to generate the most precise overall picture of the industry, which in turn allows us to track the metrics available in the assessment.

Estimates are used where EV specific model data is not explicitly stated. This is based on industry and company reports and primary research. These are then substantiated when official data becomes available.

How could our data help you?

Our insight and analysis on the EV market and battery technology advances, allow our clients to be fully up to date on latest developments, and will help inform the ways in which they react and respond to changing market dynamics. Businesses with an interest in the EV supply chain, from battery raw materials suppliers, battery manufacturers, OEMs, to charging infrastructure providers, will find it easier to form considered and forward-thinking strategies when equipped with Rho Motion data and analysis.

Rho Motion’s EV & Battery Market Reports

To find out more about our EV & battery market reports, click on the links below or contact us on +44 (0) 203 960 9986. Alternatively complete the form below and we will be in touch.

EV & Battery Chemistry Monthly Assessment >>

EV & Battery Quarterly Outlook >>

EV & Battery Monthly Database >>

EV Motors Monthly Assessment >>

Hybrid EV & Battery Quarterly Outlook >>

To see our latest news and gain access to our content pieces, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

BESS Capacity Tracker – May 2022

See below for our Battery Energy Stationary Storage Capacity Tracker, May 2022. This tracker draws on data from our BESS Monthly Assessment.

The BESS Monthly Assessment provides a monthly update of global BESS developments, both for projects and news from the sector. Click here to request a demo.

 

Highlights from this month’s assessment:

  • Hithium, a leading producer of LFP batteries (ESS focused) and BESS system, announced that the construction of its Phase II LFP battery production project has started in Xiamen. Hithium aims to achieve 100GWh production capacity in the next three years.
  • Several announcements were made for sodium-ion batteries. In China, Chilwee and CESC (8th Division) both announced they will enter the sodium-ion business, and in the US, Natron Energy announced a partnership with Clarios to build a sodium ion production facility.
  • In May 1.9GWh of new capacity entered operation across 39 locations, of which 30 were in China. YTD installed BESS grid capacity now sits at just under 10GWh, with planned capacity of a further 46GWh.

 

BESS Capacity Tracker – what does it tell us?

In May 1.9GWh of new capacity entered operation across 39 locations, of which 30 were in China. YTD installed BESS grid capacity now sits at just under 10GWh, with planned capacity of a further 46GWh. 28GWh of this capacity has been confirmed as under construction. In terms of new announcements, over 32GWh of new capacity was added across 110 locations. Several large-scale projects were announced this month, with eight new projects planned over 1GWh.

Why do we track the battery energy stationary storage market? 

To understand the market dynamics, key drivers, and technologies our BESS market analysis is an important data tool providing the cathode demand for grid scale and behind the meter BESS based on use case, economic and regional analysis.

These trends have implications along the battery supply chain for battery raw material suppliers, battery manufacturers, utility companies and renewable energy developers, as well as anyone with an interest in the ESS battery supply chain

The monthly assessment provides a regular update of the developments in the BESS market, tracking both key market and technology news and an analysis into the roll-out and development of grid-scale projects and those currently in the pipeline. This enables you to stay up to date and well informed within the competitive and growing BESS market.

Who benefits from understanding battery energy stationary storage market dynamics? 

Battery raw material suppliers, battery manufacturers, utility companies, renewable energy developers as well as anyone with an interest in the ESS battery supply chain.

How do we track the battery energy stationary storage market? 

The near-term market is tracked via project announcements and progress updates these come from a number of sources including government and provincial bodies, news sites, technology supplier announcements, and planning bodies. The result is our ever-growing database of battery energy storage installation projects worldwide, which covers most projects over 10MWh, this is updated on an ongoing basis. We track key metrics for each project including the storage technology employed, the size of the installation, the feed-in energy source and supplier.

A key factor in the long term forecast in both grid and behind the meter methodologies is to assess the market outlook for global electricity demand, and also to determine the renewables share of the mix of this growing demand. For this, we consider a number of factors affecting this on a region-by-region basis. Our outlook for battery ESS is calculated by identifying the appropriate technology deployment based on the use case and economics in each storage scenario.

How could our data help you?

Access to the analysis we provide, enables our clients to gain an in-depth, comprehensive understanding of the battery ESS market. It allows them to devise well-informed strategies, stay up-to-date with key market developments, maintain an awareness of the competitive landscape and create future-proof plans.

The Battery Energy Stationary Storage Outlook delivers a complete overview and analysis of the current and future BESS market. The report can be used as both a reference tool to understand the market dynamics, key drivers, and technologies and as an important data tool providing the cathode demand for grid scale and behind the meter BESS based on use case, economic and regional analysis

The Battery Energy Stationary Storage Monthly Assessment provides you with a regular update of the developments in the Battery ESS market, tracking both key market and technology news and an analysis into the roll-out and development of grid-scale projects, and those currently in the pipeline.

Rho Motion’s EV Market Reports

To find out more about our battery ESS reports, click on the links below or contact us on +44 (0) 203 960 9986. Alternatively complete the form below and we will be in touch.

Battery Energy Stationary Storage Outlook >>

Battery Energy Stationary Storage Monthly Assessment >>

See all of our EV & Battery, Energy Stationary Storage and Focus Reports here >>

To see our latest news and gain access to our content pieces, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

BESS Capacity Tracker – April 2022

See below for our Battery Energy Stationary Storage Capacity Tracker, April 2022. This tracker draws on data from our BESS Monthly Assessment.

The BESS Monthly Assessment provides a monthly update of global BESS developments, both for projects and news from the sector. Click here to request a demo.

Highlights from this month’s assessment:

  • New energy storage targets were announced in Greece, doubling to 3GW by 2030, and in the US, Michigan announced plans to become the 10th state to adopt an energy storage target.
  • A number of ESS specific gigafactories and manufacturing plants have been recently announced, including Pomega Technologies and KORE Power.
  • April saw just under 1GWh of new capacity enter operation across nine locations, bringing YTD installed BESS grid capacity to 4GWh. Planned capacity for 2022 now exceeds 55GWh.

BESS Capacity Tracker – what does it tell us?

April saw just under 1GWh of new capacity enter operation across nine locations, bringing YTD installed BESS grid capacity to 4GWh. Planned capacity for 2022 now exceeds 55GWh. In terms of new announcements, over 14GWh of new capacity was added across 105 locations, bringing YTD new capacity over 60GWh. Projects announced this month were generally smaller than the last few months where we have often seen projects over 1GWh. In April, seven projects were announced between 500MWh and 650MWh.

Why do we track the battery energy stationary storage market? 

To understand the market dynamics, key drivers, and technologies our BESS market analysis is an important data tool providing the cathode demand for grid scale and behind the meter BESS based on use case, economic and regional analysis.

These trends have implications along the battery supply chain for battery raw material suppliers, battery manufacturers, utility companies and renewable energy developers, as well as anyone with an interest in the ESS battery supply chain

The monthly assessment provides a regular update of the developments in the BESS market, tracking both key market and technology news and an analysis into the roll-out and development of grid-scale projects and those currently in the pipeline. This enables you to stay up to date and well informed within the competitive and growing BESS market.

Who benefits from understanding battery energy stationary storage market dynamics? 

Battery raw material suppliers, battery manufacturers, utility companies, renewable energy developers as well as anyone with an interest in the ESS battery supply chain.

How do we track the battery energy stationary storage market? 

The near-term market is tracked via project announcements and progress updates these come from a number of sources including government and provincial bodies, news sites, technology supplier announcements, and planning bodies. The result is our ever-growing database of battery energy storage installation projects worldwide, which covers most projects over 10MWh, this is updated on an ongoing basis. We track key metrics for each project including the storage technology employed, the size of the installation, the feed-in energy source and supplier.

A key factor in the long term forecast in both grid and behind the meter methodologies is to assess the market outlook for global electricity demand, and also to determine the renewables share of the mix of this growing demand. For this, we consider a number of factors affecting this on a region-by-region basis. Our outlook for battery ESS is calculated by identifying the appropriate technology deployment based on the use case and economics in each storage scenario.

How could our data help you?

Access to the analysis we provide, enables our clients to gain an in-depth, comprehensive understanding of the battery ESS market. It allows them to devise well-informed strategies, stay up-to-date with key market developments, maintain an awareness of the competitive landscape and create future-proof plans.

The Battery Energy Stationary Storage Outlook delivers a complete overview and analysis of the current and future BESS market. The report can be used as both a reference tool to understand the market dynamics, key drivers, and technologies and as an important data tool providing the cathode demand for grid scale and behind the meter BESS based on use case, economic and regional analysis

The Battery Energy Stationary Storage Monthly Assessment provides you with a regular update of the developments in the Battery ESS market, tracking both key market and technology news and an analysis into the roll-out and development of grid-scale projects, and those currently in the pipeline.

Rho Motion’s EV Market Reports

To find out more about our battery ESS reports, click on the links below or contact us on +44 (0) 203 960 9986. Alternatively complete the form below and we will be in touch.

Battery Energy Stationary Storage Outlook >>

Battery Energy Stationary Storage Monthly Assessment >>

See all of our EV & Battery, Energy Stationary Storage and Focus Reports here >>

To see our latest news and gain access to our content pieces, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Electric Vehicle Power Tracker – March 2022

Our latest Electric Vehicle Power Tracker below, draws on data from The EV Motors Monthly Assessment.

The assessment provides monthly weighted averages of motor technology demand across vehicle classes, detailing the power and quantity deployed regionally and by vehicle segment. Click here to request a sample of this report.

 

Highlights from this month’s assessment include:
  • The automotive parts supplier Schaeffler Group announced an agreement with the Norwegian company REEtec which will supply Rare Earth Elements in a five-year agreement.
  • Napino Auto & Electrics in India and Israeli start-up EVR motors will work together to bring EVR’s new high power density motor topology to the Indian two-wheeler market.
  • This month’s technology spotlight looks at hairpin windings used in the motor’s stator. We evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of using this design over conventional methods.

 

In March we saw average power climb again to 156kW, with the three-month rolling average also climbing to 151kW and cementing the upward trend seen on this tracker since the start of 2021. The popularity of high- powered models in the BEV segment of course contributes to this but we have also seen the average power of PHEVs increase consistently towards that of BEVs. The electric operative mode of PHEVs must operate as a BEV leading to this rise.

Why do we track EV motors?

As Electric Vehicle and battery market analysts, we track the development of EV motors and motor technology market share across the EV industry, on a monthly basis. Our EV Motors Monthly Assessment is an invaluable tool in understanding how the various technologies affect upstream material demand, particularly copper and rare earth elements, as well as how supply chains of those materials will affect future motor technologies. This report also keeps track of technological developments and movements in the power electronics industry.

Who benefits from subscribing to our EV Motors Monthly Assessment?

The EV Motors Monthly Assessment provides in-depth analysis of vehicle motor power, upstream material demand, and technological developments across the market. This makes it relevant to a wide variety of companies.

This report acts as an invaluable tool to those involved in the motor manufacturing and automotive part supplying industries, where it can be used to inform and build key policies and strategies. It is also a useful reference for those in the investment world, who may be looking to invest into a lesser-known part of the EV sector where significant energy and resources are focused. Other than that, this report can be used to help people better understand the technical side of the market, the dynamics involved, and which technologies are popular.

Anyone operating within the EV supply chain, will benefit from understanding the EV motor market, what is driving it and how it affects the wider EV market.

As part of the work involved to produce our EV Motors Monthly Assessment, we publish a monthly Electric Vehicle Power Tracker, (the full archive can be seen on our membership platform), to offer our members and followers regular insights into power vehicles demand. The Electric Vehicle Power Tracker is an assessment of the sales weighted average maximum total power for PC & LDVs (PHEV & BEV). This is based on monthly vehicle sales and our model-by-model analysis of vehicle motor power.

How do we track the EV motor market?

Our EV Motors Monthly Assessment is a weighted average of electric motor technology across the electric vehicle sector and contains in-depth analysis of vehicle motor power and upstream material demand.

Electric vehicle sales data is obtained from automotive associations at country level. This is done on a model-by-model basis for both BEV and PHEV vehicles for all major markets, and covers a minimum of 90% of total global market sales. This analysis provides a balanced representation of markets with different vehicle characteristics, suppliers and seasonality.

From this stage we assign the appropriate motor technology to each EV model, as multiple motors, often of differing technologies, are common in some vehicle variations. We model this split to generate the most precise overall picture of the industry, which in turn allows us to track the metrics available in the assessment.

Estimates are used where EV specific model data is not explicitly stated. This is based on industry and company reports and primary research. These are then substantiated when official data becomes available.

How could our data help you?

Our insight and analysis on the EV market and battery technology advances, allow our clients to be fully up to date on latest developments, and will help inform the ways in which they react and respond to changing market dynamics. Businesses with an interest in the EV supply chain, from battery raw materials suppliers, battery manufacturers, OEMs, to charging infrastructure providers, will find it easier to form considered and forward-thinking strategies when equipped with Rho Motion data and analysis.

Rho Motion’s EV & Battery Market Reports

To find out more about our EV & battery market reports, click on the links below or contact us on +44 (0) 203 960 9986. Alternatively complete the form below and we will be in touch.

EV & Battery Chemistry Monthly Assessment >>

EV & Battery Quarterly Outlook >>

EV & Battery Monthly Database >>

EV Motors Monthly Assessment >>

Hybrid EV & Battery Quarterly Outlook >>

To see our latest news and gain access to our content pieces, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

BESS Capacity Tracker – March 2022

See below for our Battery Energy Stationary Storage Capacity Tracker, March 2022. This tracker draws on data from our BESS Monthly Assessment.

The BESS Monthly Assessment provides a monthly update of global BESS developments, both for projects and news from the sector. Click here to request a demo.

Highlights from this month’s assessment:

  • SVOLT has joined a growing list of vertically integrated BESS manufacturers by announcing it will begin producing a line of LFP based energy storage systems
  • The Indian Central Electricity Authority set out a report identifying the level of required pumped hydro and battery storage, projecting 108GWh/27GW installed battery capacity in 2029-2030.
  • March saw just under 1GWh of new BESS capacity enter operation, bringing YTD installed BESS grid capacity to 2.3GWh. In terms of new announcement, 11.6GWh of new capacity was announced or proposed in March.

BESS Capacity Tracker – what does it tell us?

March saw just under 1GWh of new BESS capacity enter operation, across ten locations. YTD installed BESS grid capacity has now reached 2.3GWh. Planned capacity for 2022 now exceeds 50GWh, it is however likely we will see some of these projects falling into 2023. In terms of new announcement, 11.6GWh of new capacity was announced or proposed in March, across 84 locations. Two new projects over 1GWh had updates, the announcement of the Jiangmen Taishanxian Nuclear + Storage Project and technology announcement for Gemini Solar.

Why do we track the battery energy stationary storage market? 

To understand the market dynamics, key drivers, and technologies our BESS market analysis is an important data tool providing the cathode demand for grid scale and behind the meter BESS based on use case, economic and regional analysis.

These trends have implications along the battery supply chain for battery raw material suppliers, battery manufacturers, utility companies and renewable energy developers, as well as anyone with an interest in the ESS battery supply chain

The monthly assessment provides a regular update of the developments in the BESS market, tracking both key market and technology news and an analysis into the roll-out and development of grid-scale projects and those currently in the pipeline. This enables you to stay up to date and well informed within the competitive and growing BESS market.

Who benefits from understanding battery energy stationary storage market dynamics? 

Battery raw material suppliers, battery manufacturers, utility companies, renewable energy developers as well as anyone with an interest in the ESS battery supply chain.

How do we track the battery energy stationary storage market? 

The near-term market is tracked via project announcements and progress updates these come from a number of sources including government and provincial bodies, news sites, technology supplier announcements, and planning bodies. The result is our ever-growing database of battery energy storage installation projects worldwide, which covers most projects over 10MWh, this is updated on an ongoing basis. We track key metrics for each project including the storage technology employed, the size of the installation, the feed-in energy source and supplier.

A key factor in the long term forecast in both grid and behind the meter methodologies is to assess the market outlook for global electricity demand, and also to determine the renewables share of the mix of this growing demand. For this, we consider a number of factors affecting this on a region-by-region basis. Our outlook for battery ESS is calculated by identifying the appropriate technology deployment based on the use case and economics in each storage scenario.

How could our data help you?

Access to the analysis we provide, enables our clients to gain an in-depth, comprehensive understanding of the battery ESS market. It allows them to devise well-informed strategies, stay up-to-date with key market developments, maintain an awareness of the competitive landscape and create future-proof plans.

The Battery Energy Stationary Storage Outlook delivers a complete overview and analysis of the current and future BESS market. The report can be used as both a reference tool to understand the market dynamics, key drivers, and technologies and as an important data tool providing the cathode demand for grid scale and behind the meter BESS based on use case, economic and regional analysis

The Battery Energy Stationary Storage Monthly Assessment provides you with a regular update of the developments in the Battery ESS market, tracking both key market and technology news and an analysis into the roll-out and development of grid-scale projects, and those currently in the pipeline.

Rho Motion’s EV Market Reports

To find out more about our battery ESS reports, click on the links below or contact us on +44 (0) 203 960 9986. Alternatively complete the form below and we will be in touch.

Battery Energy Stationary Storage Outlook >>

Battery Energy Stationary Storage Monthly Assessment >>

See all of our EV & Battery, Energy Stationary Storage and Focus Reports here >>

To see our latest news and gain access to our content pieces, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Electric Vehicle Power Tracker – February 2022

Our latest Electric Vehicle Power Tracker below, draws on data from The EV Motors Monthly Assessment.

The assessment provides monthly weighted averages of motor technology demand across vehicle classes, detailing the power and quantity deployed regionally and by vehicle segment. Click here to request a sample of this report.

 

Highlights from this month’s assessment include:
  • Details of Hyundai’s plans for its next generation of 800V platform and motor/powertrain improvements out to 2030 from the CEO investor day.
  • Saietta’s purchase of a ZF motor manufacturing facility will expedite plans for volume production of axial flux technology in the UK.
  • This month’s Technology Spotlight, which looks at electrical steel; why its used and the market dynamics surrounding this material as electrification ramps up.

 

This month we saw average power climb to 152kW, its highest level since September 2019. The proportion of sales which were Tesla model 3 and Y was over 14.5%, higher than in 2021. Many small cars in China also saw a slight fall in market share this month while powerful plug-in hybrids like the Song Pro DM from BYD had an especially strong month. The Song has two 120kW motors producing 240kW of electric power, far higher than the PHEV average value.

Why do we track EV motors?

As Electric Vehicle and battery market analysts, we track the development of EV motors and motor technology market share across the EV industry, on a monthly basis. Our EV Motors Monthly Assessment is an invaluable tool in understanding how the various technologies affect upstream material demand, particularly copper and rare earth elements, as well as how supply chains of those materials will affect future motor technologies. This report also keeps track of technological developments and movements in the power electronics industry.

Who benefits from subscribing to our EV Motors Monthly Assessment?

The EV Motors Monthly Assessment provides in-depth analysis of vehicle motor power, upstream material demand, and technological developments across the market. This makes it relevant to a wide variety of companies.

This report acts as an invaluable tool to those involved in the motor manufacturing and automotive part supplying industries, where it can be used to inform and build key policies and strategies. It is also a useful reference for those in the investment world, who may be looking to invest into a lesser-known part of the EV sector where significant energy and resources are focused. Other than that, this report can be used to help people better understand the technical side of the market, the dynamics involved, and which technologies are popular.

Anyone operating within the EV supply chain, will benefit from understanding the EV motor market, what is driving it and how it affects the wider EV market.

As part of the work involved to produce our EV Motors Monthly Assessment, we publish a monthly Electric Vehicle Power Tracker, (the full archive can be seen on our membership platform), to offer our members and followers regular insights into power vehicles demand. The Electric Vehicle Power Tracker is an assessment of the sales weighted average maximum total power for PC & LDVs (PHEV & BEV). This is based on monthly vehicle sales and our model-by-model analysis of vehicle motor power.

How do we track the EV motor market?

Our EV Motors Monthly Assessment is a weighted average of electric motor technology across the electric vehicle sector and contains in-depth analysis of vehicle motor power and upstream material demand.

Electric vehicle sales data is obtained from automotive associations at country level. This is done on a model-by-model basis for both BEV and PHEV vehicles for all major markets, and covers a minimum of 90% of total global market sales. This analysis provides a balanced representation of markets with different vehicle characteristics, suppliers and seasonality.

From this stage we assign the appropriate motor technology to each EV model, as multiple motors, often of differing technologies, are common in some vehicle variations. We model this split to generate the most precise overall picture of the industry, which in turn allows us to track the metrics available in the assessment.

Estimates are used where EV specific model data is not explicitly stated. This is based on industry and company reports and primary research. These are then substantiated when official data becomes available.

How could our data help you?

Our insight and analysis on the EV market and battery technology advances, allow our clients to be fully up to date on latest developments, and will help inform the ways in which they react and respond to changing market dynamics. Businesses with an interest in the EV supply chain, from battery raw materials suppliers, battery manufacturers, OEMs, to charging infrastructure providers, will find it easier to form considered and forward-thinking strategies when equipped with Rho Motion data and analysis.

Rho Motion’s EV & Battery Market Reports

To find out more about our EV & battery market reports, click on the links below or contact us on +44 (0) 203 960 9986. Alternatively complete the form below and we will be in touch.

EV & Battery Chemistry Monthly Assessment >>

EV & Battery Quarterly Outlook >>

EV & Battery Monthly Database >>

EV Motors Monthly Assessment >>

Hybrid EV & Battery Quarterly Outlook >>

To see our latest news and gain access to our content pieces, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.