Smoothening the transition from oil, owing to the increase in pollution, governments around the world have started to look for alternatives for primitive form of travel. Electric vehicles fill this gap and with time, are getting efficient too. This has made governments all around the world to make policies to facilitate this adaption of electric vehicles.
New Economy Average Fuel Economy (CAFÉ) standards are likely to encourage the market entry of electric vehicles. CAFÉ norms dictate the models produced from 2012 to have a fuel economy of 29.58 mpg which is an increase of 16% from the previous fuel economy standards. European countries have also passed different policies, like Elektromobilitat Model Region Hamburg, the testing of diesel hybrid buses on lines in Germany, Gronn Bill in Norway and Copenhagen electric in Denmark to promote electric vehicles. China is also taking some aggressive steps to become the market leader in EVs as well. In 2017, the City of Beijing announced plans to transform its entire taxi fleet to electric propulsion.
Thus policies of government play a huge role in promoting electric vehicles. The results are starting to show in European countries where electric vehicles have reached a significant portion of the total vehicle population. In years to come, China and India are positioned to take the leading role in electric vehicles, owing to the supporting government policies.
Lack of Proper EV Infrastructure
A shortage of EV charging stations has hindered the adoption of these vehicles, which further has restricted the usage of electric motors for electric vehicles. As the EV industry does not have any overall set standards on the charging power output, companies are increasingly involved in building charging equipment based on their standards. Also, with setting standards, it is also very important to establish charging stations, which is again a cost intensive affair. EVs are mostly used for public and private transport and have a limited range of charging. Charging stations ensure that end-users who travel long distances can charge their vehicles en route. However, setting up charging stations is a lengthy process and is a major challenge to the adoption of such vehicles.
The costs associated with charging technology are high and thereby the OEMs are providing automobiles integrated with the wireless charging technology. The cost of ownership and affordability issues also hinder the demand for the wireless charging integrated electric vehicles market. However, several developments and enhancements are being made in the wireless charging technology space to meet the product associated affordability issue as well as solve the issues associated with charging stations. PLUGLESS is one of the first wireless electric charging solutions in the automotive market launched in the USA. The pricing of their wireless charging system offerings is listed below to have an idea of the costs of the wireless charging technology in the market as a whole.
Key Developments in the Market:
- February 2018: Nissan intends to add six electric vehicles to the portfolios of the Nissan and Infiniti brands over the next five years.
- February 2018: Indian based Bharat Forge has inaugurated a R&D center in the UK which will be developing components and sub-systems for electric vehicles.
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1.1. Research Methodology
1.2. General Study Assumptions
2. Research Methodology
2.2. Analysis Methodology
2.3. Study Assumptions
2.4. Econometric Forecast Model
3. Executive Summary
4. Market Overview And Technology Trends
4.1. Current Market Scenario
4.2. Technology Trends
4.3. Porter's Five Forces Analysis
4.3.1. Bargaining Power Of The Suppliers
4.3.2. Bargaining Power Of The Consumers
4.3.3. Threat Of New Entrants
4.3.4. Threat Of Substitute Products And Services
4.3.5. Competitive Rivalry Within The Industry
5. Market Dynamics
6. Global Electric Motors For Electric Vehicles Market segmentation,by vehicle
6.1 Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)
6.2 Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)
6.3 Pure Electric Vehicle (PEV)
7. Global Electric Motors For Electric Vehicles Market segmentation,by motor
7.1 AC Motor
7.2 DC Motor
8. Global Electric Motors For Electric Vehicles Market segmentation,by application
8.1 Passenger Cars
8.2 Commercial Vehicles
9. Global Electric Motors For Electric Vehicles Market segmentation,by geography
9.1 North America
9.1.1 The United States
9.1.4 Rest Of North America
9.2.4 Rest Of Asia-Pacific
9.3.5 Rest Of Europe
9.4 Rest Of The World
9.4.2 South Africa
10. Competitive Landscape
10.1 Market share analysis
10.2 Strategies and developments of key players
11. Key Vendor Analysis
11.1 Hitachi Automotive Systems
11.2 Mitsubishi Electric
11.3 Baldor Electric Company
11.4 Robert Bosch Gmbh
11.6 Emerson Electric Company
11.8 Siemens Ag
11.9 Toshiba Corporation
11.10 Magna International
11.11 Gkn Driveline
11.12 Aisin Aw
11.13 Yasakawa Electric
- Hitachi Automotive Systems
- Mitsubishi Electric
- Baldor Electric Company
- Robert Bosch Gmbh
- Emerson Electric Company
- Siemens Ag
- Toshiba Corporation
- Magna International
- Gkn Driveline
- Aisin Aw
- Yasakawa Electric