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Electric Vehicles in East Asia 2012-2022

  • ID: 2115575
  • Report
  • March 2012
  • Region: Asia
  • 209 Pages
  • IDTechEx
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The Largest Market And Production Location For Electric Vehicles

56% of the value of sales of electric vehicles is and will remain in East Asia and cars only account for about half of the value of the electric vehicle business worldwide. It is therefore important to look at the big picture and, in particular, the latest ten year forecasts for EV activity in East Asia. Uniquely this report provides that information. Entirely researched in 2010 and regularly updated, the report draws many valuable conclusions including some that are summarised below.

China buys over 90% of the e-bikes in the world and Japan buys the most hybrid cars. Indeed the best selling electric car in the world, the Toyota Prius, sells in Japan at twice the volume taken by the whole of the USA. All this will have changed by 2022 because China will have installed adequate charging infrastructure for pure electric and plug in hybrid cars by then and they will be more affordable. In 2022, sales of electric cars in China will have a much larger market value than the huge and growing sales of e-bikes in China. It is fortunate that the takeoff in sales of electric cars is delayed in China by lack of infrastructure and shortage of affordable electric cars with acceptable range. If Chinese people purchased a large number of plug in electric cars over the next five years it would significantly increase global warming because today, most of the power stations in China are inefficient and coal fired.

This report includes:

- Forecasts of EV numbers, unit value and total market value 2012-2022 by vehicle type (Heavy Industrial, Light Industrial/ Commercial, Two Wheel, Mobility for Disabled, Golf Car, Car, Military, Marine, Other)
- Forecasts of EV numbers and total market value 2012-2022 by country in East Asia
- Detailed analysis of work in China, India, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand.

This essential report is full of analysis presented in tables and figures for easy assimilation. Which East Asian countries lead in which types of vehicle? Which East Asian countries file the most EV patents? How are the governments involved and what are the reasons for success and failure? Which are the most promising suppliers and what is their global strategy? Which technologies are winning? What is the scope to expand component supplies and vehicle manufacture into EVs for land, sea and air? It is all here, with a useful glossary for those unfamiliar with the jargon. This is the only up to date reference book on the largest market and production location for electric vehicles - East Asia. It comes with one hour of free consultancy to fill in any extra information you may require.

Who Should Buy This Report:

This report is for those anywhere in the EV value chain including component suppliers. It is essential reading for those in allied activity such as government regulation and support, investment and research. Even those not wishing to participate in the East Asian market will value this report because it assesses current best practice, strategy and future competition.

Free Electric Vehicle Encyclopedia when you purchase this report:

Electric Vehicle experts IDTechEx have encapsulated over ten years of research and analysis into an easy to digest electric vehicle encyclopedia. All the technologies are covered and supported with over 100 tables and illustrations and over 200 acronyms and terms are explained. This encyclopedia is given as a free PDF download when you buy this report.
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1.1. Shrewd participants look beyond cars
1.2. Global reach and innovation
1.3. Forecasts
1.4. Regional market trends across the world
1.5. Regional differences within East Asia
1.6. Value of EV market by country in East Asia
1.7. East Asian market by country
1.8. Important market factors by country
1.9. Numbers of manufacturers
1.10. Profits
1.11. Intellectual property in East Asia
1.12. East Asia strengths in manufacture

2.1. Introduction
2.1.1. Huge percentage of global manufacturers
2.1.2. Formidable advantages of EV manufacture in China
2.1.3. Very little charging infrastructure
2.1.4. Exhibitions giving the big picture
2.2. Heavy industrial
2.3. Light industrial, commercial
2.4. Two wheel
2.5. Mobility for disabled
2.6. Golf cars
2.7. Cars
2.7.1. Car market and grants for electric cars
2.7.2. Brilliance, Chengfeng and others
2.7.3. BYD Auto
2.7.4. Geely
2.7.5. Hafei Seibao
2.7.6. Lifan Group
2.8. Military, marine, other
2.8.1. Yuneec electric aircraft
2.8.2. Electric boats
2.8.3. Remotely operated underwater vehicles ROUVs and AUVs

3.1. Introduction
3.2. Heavy industrial
3.3. Light industrial, commercial
3.3.1. Bengal Enamel
3.3.2. IC Bus, Tata, Volvo, Ashok Leyland
3.4. Two wheel and rickshaw
3.4.1. Bajaj Auto
3.4.2. Eco vehicles
3.4.3. Hero Electric
3.4.4. Ace Motors, Electrotherm, Elektrik Vehicles
3.4.5. Electric rickshaws - RUZU
3.5. Mobility vehicles for the disabled
3.6. Cars
3.6.1. Bavina Cars India
3.6.2. Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles
3.6.3. Tata Motors
3.7. Military, marine, other

4.1. Heavy Industrial
4.1.1. Strong local demand
4.1.2. Komatsu
4.1.3. Nissan
4.1.4. Mitsubishi
4.1.5. Toyota
4.2. Light industrial, commercial
4.2.1. Hino Motors
4.2.2. Inutsuka
4.2.3. Isuzu
4.2.4. Nissan
4.2.5. Yamaha
4.3. Mobility for disabled
4.4. Two wheel
4.4.2. Honda
4.4.3. Suzuki
4.4.4. Yamaha
4.5. Golf cars
4.5.1. Yamaha
4.6. Cars
4.6.2. Toyota
4.6.3. Mitsubishi
4.6.4. Nissan
4.6.5. Bamboo car Megura
4.7. Military, marine, aircraft, other
4.7.1. Home robots
4.7.2. Long range AUV
4.7.3. Space probe IKAROS

5.1. Cars
5.1.1. Supporting infrastructure
5.1.2. CODA
5.2. Military

6.1. Introduction
6.1.1. Turmoil of ownership
6.1.2. Kia Motors and Daiwoo Motors change hands
6.1.3. Samsung Motors fails
6.1.4. Hyundai and Kia in the lead
6.1.5. US thrust
6.1.6. New direction in 2010-11
6.1.7. Initial focus on using NEVs in Korea
6.1.8. Mainstream pure EV cars in 2011
6.1.9. Many hybrids
6.1.10. World leader in second generation lithium traction batteries
6.1.11. Unconventional vehicle designs - Pneumatic HEV, OLEV
6.2. Heavy industrial
6.2.1. Daewoo Doosan
6.3. Light industrial and commercial
6.3.1. Hyundai
6.3.2. Ground Support Equipment
6.3.3. CT&T
6.4. Two wheelers
6.5. Mobility aids for the disabled
6.6. Golf cars
6.7. Cars
6.7.1. CT&T
6.7.2. GM Daewoo
6.7.3. Hyundai
6.7.4. Kia Motors
6.7.5. Leo Motors
6.7.6. Proto Motors
6.7.7. Samyang
6.8. Military, Marine, Aircraft and other EVs

7.1. Two wheel
7.2. Mobility for disabled
7.3. Cars
7.3.1. Yulong Motor, Luxgen
7.4. Traction batteries and motors
7.5. Targeting USA
7.6. Targeting India



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