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Charging Network Visibility Improves Consumer Confidence, Study Finds

Global Information studies look at role of range-extended electric hybrids and role of charging stations in helping drive sales of e-drive vehicles.

Published: 03-Feb-2013

FARMINGTON, CONN. -- The hybrid and pure-electric vehicle market will continue to prosper in 2013, driven in large part by reduced total cost of ownership, better performance and increased environmental regulations. Hybrid vehicles that can switch to run on pure-electric offer the flexibility of working in environments where noise pollution is a critical issue. The sub-market for range extenders will benefit from the growth in hybrid electric vehicles, with demand rising as high as eight million units in 2022.

Charging infrastructure from these vehicles is another segment that will benefit from the market's growth. As visibility of electric charging networks increases due to investments in the build up of the necessary infrastructure, consumers will feel more confident about purchasing and maintaining these vehicles. New market research available from Global Information (GII) examines the implications for these linked markets as electric vehicles proliferate.

Range Extenders for Electric Vehicles 2012-2022

Approximately eight million hybrid cars will be manufactured in 2022, each including a range extender that provides an additional source of power. Today's range extenders typically consist of little more than off-the-shelf internal combustion engines; however, these are quickly being displaced by second generation range extenders with piston engines designed from scratch. This report explains the differences in technology behind first generation, second generation, and even third generation range extenders including radical new approaches such as the Huttlin range extender.

Leading electric vehicle range extender developers and manufacturers profiled in this report include: Advanced Magnet Laboratory, Aerovironment/ Protonex Technology, Austro Engine, Bladon Jets, BMW, Capstone Turbine Corporation, Clarian Laboratories, Compound Rotary Engines, Daimler AG inc Mercedes Benz, DLR German Aerospace Center, EcoMotors, Ener1, FEV, Flight Design, Getrag, GSE, Intelligent Energy, Lotus Engineering, MAHLE Powertrain, Polaris Industries, Powertrain Technologies, Proton Power Systems plc, Ricardo, Urbee, Volkswagen, and Warsaw University of Technology.

An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/ix228170-range-extenders-electric-vehicles-2012-2022.html

Wireless Power Transmission for Consumer Electronics and Electric Vehicles 2012-2022

Over the next decade, the most vibrant Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) markets will involve the contactless charging of portable and mobile equipment, in particular consumer electronics and electric vehicles. There is a large unmet demand for wireless charging of vehicles. Consumer behavior and preferences is a key driver as electric vehicle drivers want to avoid the inconvenience, dirtiness and danger associated with having to get out of the vehicle to plug in a charging line during bad weather or in dangerous neighborhoods and furthermore, many prefer not to handle heavy electrical equipment.

This report profiles the following companies participating in wireless electric vehicle charging: Conductix-Wampfler, Energy Dynamics Laboratory, Evatran, HaloIPT, Korea Advanced Institute of Technology, Magna-Charge, Nissan, Presidio Graduate School, RRC Germany, Siemens-BMW, Singapore A*STAR, Utah State University, Volvo and Flanders Drive, and WiTricity and Partners.

An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/ix213730-wireless-power-transmission-consumer-electronics.html

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Market Report – UK 2013-2025 Analysis

The electric vehicle charging infrastructure market is still in the very early stages of development and is hugely dependent on Government funding. The introduction of regulatory schemes such as "Plugged in Places" witnessed a market boom as the government sought to boost EV uptake by reducing range-anxiety in improving visibility of the charging network. Over 3,000 charging points installations occurred in first quarter 2012, including publicly accessible, domestic and private workplace points. Of the 1,673 points delivered via Plugged in Places, 60% are publicly accessible charging stations.

This scope of this report includes: review of the leading manufacturers and the supply chain; analysis of the type of location of charging infrastructure; review of the major public networks of charging stations; and an analysis of the size and trends within the electric vehicle market.

An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/ah260333-electric-vehicle-charging-infrastructure-market.html

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