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Electric Vehicle Forecasts, Trends and Opportunities 2014-2024



 

NEW YORK, Jan. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:


Electric Vehicle Forecasts, Trends and Opportunities 2014-2024
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This master report summarising and forecasting every sector of the EV industry remains unique. It adds new sectors as they become substantial, the latest being car-like MicroEVs homologated as quadricycles in Europe.

In the last year it has become a more closely integrated market - pure electric and hybrid whether on land, water or airborne. For example, Nissan has launched hybrid cars selling in tens of thousands yearly. The e-bike company Brammo has taken orders for 4,000 of its $20,000 record-breaking e-motorbike on its launch in the USA. Previously, e-motorbikes have been merely a curiosity.

Many profitable niches are emerging just as the largest major sectors are changing in importance; the industrial and commercial sector is now bigger and much more profitable than e-cars, and is set to remain so for at least eight more years.

All components are changing with supercapacitors sometimes replacing or partly replacing batteries and also new types of battery, energy harvesting, power electronics and structure powering growth in this already huge and prosperous business. It is comprehensively forecasted only in this master report and the subsidiary reports on the segments. Disruptive change is now the norm and Apple-like inspiration and technological innovation is at last being seen.

The fruits of all this are truly spectacular; including such things as the Marian fast surface boat that acts as a submarine when necessary, the fixed-wing plane that will stay aloft for five years on sunshine and the flying jet ski. An amphibious hybrid plane is also going into production with military robot jellyfish, bats and swarming flies. The race is on to make extremely short take-off and landing (ESTL) personal planes and air taxis, some that take-off and land vertically in your garden or from the "pocket airport" on top of a regular airport building.


10 year forecasts across all EV sectors

This report gives the unit numbers, average vehicle prices, and total value for ten years for the following vehicle types:
Hybrid cars
Pure electric cars
Heavy industrial
Buses
Lighting industrial/commercial
Micro EV/quadricycle
Golf car and motorized gold caddy
Mobility for the disabled
Two-wheel and allied
Military
Marine
Other


Comprehensive applicational and geographic spread

This report is uniquely comprehensive in applicational and geographical spread. Primarily it presents statistics and forecasts including back up data such as conventional vehicle sales and market drivers. There is even comparative data such as statistics and forecasts by other analysts and by regional trade associations. There is some coverage of technology trends and considerable tabulation of manufacturers and by type of vehicle made and which are world leaders in value sales and why. There is little anecdotal text and information already available on the web, the illustrations and tables being largely original and deriving from IDTechEx analysis and private sources as well as extensive interviews carried out in 2013.
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1. The value market for electric vehicles EVs of all types
1.2. Market sectors and technology trends
1.3. Small and Medium Enterprises SME come to the fore
1.4. Numbers of manufacturers
1.5. Stronger value growth, hybrids gain value share
1.6. Mark ups through the value chain
1.7. Electric cars - the most unpredictable market
1.7.1. Pure electric cars
1.7.2. Car-like vehicles not homologated as cars
1.7.3. The most unpredictable market
1.7.4. Market drivers
1.8. Market by territory
1.8.1. Global
1.8.2. China
1.8.3. Pure electric vehicles in Europe
1.8.4. USA
1.9. Lessons from three EV events in late 2013
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1. Definitions and scope of this report
2.1.1. Learning from the past
2.1.2. Organisations involved in the EV industry value chain
2.1.3. Commonality
2.1.4. Key components and systems
2.2. Pure electric vehicles
2.3. Hybrid electric vehicles
2.3.1. Largest sector by value
2.3.2. Here come range extenders
2.3.3. Hybrids at no price penalty
2.4. Born electric - in-wheel electric motors
2.5. Born Electric - smart skin
2.6. Objectives
2.7. Benefits
2.8. Electric vehicles become less poisonous
2.8.1. How green are electric vehicles really?
2.8.2. Contrast global automotive production 2012: major polluter
3. HEAVY INDUSTRIAL EVS
3.1. What is included
3.2. Challenges
3.3. Listing of manufacturers
3.3.1. Statistics for all types of industrial lift truck
3.3.2. Manufacturers of heavy industrial EVs
3.4. Market size
3.5. Market forecasts 2013-2024
4. LIGHT INDUSTRIAL, BUSES AND OTHER COMMERCIAL EVS
4.1. What is included
4.1.1. Sub categories
4.1.2. Buses
4.1.3. Trucks
4.2. Market drivers
4.2.1. Governments get involved
4.3. Important initiatives
4.4. EVs for local services
4.5. Airport EVs: Ground Support Equipment GSE
4.6. Small people-movers
4.7. Light industrial aids
4.8. Listing of manufacturers
4.9. Market forecasts 2013-2024
5. MOBILITY FOR THE DISABLED
5.1. Compelling and enduring need
5.2. The demographic time-bomb
5.2.1. Ageing population, obesity and the dependent elderly
5.2.2. Laws make mobility easier
5.3. Types of mobility vehicle
5.3.1. Growth by new market segments
5.3.2. Interchina Industry Group China
5.4. Market drivers
5.4.1. Geographical distribution
5.4.2. Needs creating new segments
5.4.3. What is driving regional differences?
5.4.4. Zhejiang R&P Industry China
5.4.5. Pride Mobility, USA
5.5. Listing of manufacturers
5.6. Market forecasts 2013-2024
5.6.1. Growth by creating new markets
6. TWO WHEELED EVS AND ALLIED VEHICLES
6.1. What is included
6.1.1. China - unprecedented growth of electric two wheelers
6.1.2. Other countries
6.2. Prices and performances compared
6.3. Electric two wheeler companies
6.3.1. Yamaha Japan
6.3.2. Eko Vehicles hybrid scooters India
6.3.3. Interchina Industry Group foldable electric bike China
6.3.4. Honda Japan
6.3.5. Suzuki fuel cell bike Japan
6.4. Market drivers
6.4.1. Bicycles and electric bicycles
6.4.2. Hybrid motorcycles
6.5. Statistics for all bicycles
6.6. Listing of manufacturers
6.6.1. China
6.7. Market forecasts 2013-2024
7. CAR-LIKE VEHICLES NOT HOMOLOGATED AS CARS: MICROEV, QUADRICYCLE, E TRIKE, NEV, GOLF CAR
7.1. Many names, common factors
7.2. Car-like vehicles that evade restrictions, taxes and other costs
7.3. Estrima Birò MicroEV Quadricycle removable battery
7.4. Philippines: big new commitments to e trikes
7.5. Listing of manufacturers beyond golf cars
7.6. Golf cars
7.6.1. What is included
7.6.2. Market drivers
7.6.3. Listing of manufacturers
7.6.4. Market forecasts 2013-2024
8. CARS
8.1. Adoption of electric cars
8.2. Rapid increase in number of manufacturers
8.3. Providing charging infrastructure
8.3.1. Recharging points
8.3.2. Battery changing points
8.3.3. Can the grid cope?
8.4. Market 2013-2024
8.5. National targets for plug-in (PHEV, BEV) on road vehicle sales 2010-2020
8.5.1. United Kingdom
9. PURE ELECTRIC CARS
9.1. Déjà Vu
9.1.1. Pure electric cars are a necessary part of the range?
9.2. Examples of pure EV cars
9.2.1. Renault-Nissan Alliance France, Japan
9.2.2. China
9.2.3. High performance pure EVs - Tesla USA
9.2.4. Pininfarina Bolloré Bluecar France, Italy
9.2.5. REVA India
9.2.6. Club Car USA
9.2.7. Toyota Japan
10. HYBRID CARS
10.1. Construction and advantages of hybrids
10.2. Evolution
10.3. Chevrolet Volt USA
10.4. Ford hybrids USA
10.5. Market drivers
10.5.1. Leading indicators
10.6. History of hybrids and planned models
11. MILITARY
11.1. Examples of military EVs
11.1.1. Hummer USA / China
11.1.2. Quantum Technologies USA Aggressor AMV
11.1.3. US Army trucks etc - ZAP, Columbia ParCar USA
11.1.4. Oshkosh Truck Corp USA
11.1.5. Plug-in trucks - BAE Systems UK
11.1.6. Electric robot vehicles USA
11.1.7. UQM unmanned combat vehicle USA
11.1.8. Balqon Corporation
11.2. Electric Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)
11.2.1. Small electrical UAVs
11.2.2. SUAV batteries
11.2.3. The most successful electric UAV
11.2.4. Micro nano air vehicles
11.2.5. Large electrical UAVs
11.2.6. COM-BAT robot bat USA
11.3. Examples of military EVs - in the water
11.3.1. US Naval Undersea Warfare Center
11.4. Manufacturers of military EVs
11.5. Market forecasts 2013-2024
12. MARINE
12.1.1. Hybrid and pure electric tugboats
12.2. Market segments
12.2.1. Total market
12.2.2. Underwater
12.2.3. On the water
12.3. Commonality with land EVs
12.3.1. Grants for land and water
12.3.2. Effect of land EV manufacturers entering marine
12.4. Market drivers
12.4.1. Pollution laws back electric boats - India, Europe, USA
12.4.2. Energy harvesting superyacht UK
12.4.3. Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) - Europe, USA
12.5. Manufacturers by country and product
12.6. Selling prices
12.7. Market forecasts 2013-2024
12.7.1. Outboard motor market size 2013-2024
13. AIRCRAFT, MOBILE ROBOTS AND OTHER EVS
13.1. Definition
13.2. Market drivers
13.3. Listing of other manufacturers by country and product
13.4. Market size and trends
13.4.1. Aircraft - Renault, Piccard
13.4.2. Solar Impulse
13.4.3. Non-military mobile robots - USA, UK, Japan
13.4.4. The Electrolux Automower Sweden
13.4.5. Rescue robots in Germany
13.4.6. Robots on Mars
13.4.7. Leisure on land
13.4.8. Research and hobbyist
13.4.9. Electric aircraft for civil use
13.4.10. Robotic lawn mowers
13.5. Market forecasts 2013-2024


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