HV Market Performance Globally & in China Canvassed by ResearchInChina in Its Topical Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
14 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In accord with the revised drafts of China’s mandatory fuel consumption standards – ‘Fuel consumption limits for passenger cars’ (GB 19578) and ‘Fuel consumption evaluation methods and indicators for passenger cars’ (GB 27999), the average fuel consumption of novel passenger cars of domestic manufacture is set to fall to 5 L/100km by 2020, as measured over the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC), from an estimated fleet average of 6.9L/100km as of 2015.
Globally, the EU's emission target for 2020 is 3.8L / 100km, whilst the USA and Japan target 5L / 100km. The EU is under tremendous pressure to conserve energy and reduce emissions, therefore opting for hybrid technology.
As of 2015, the volume of EVs and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) globally skyrocketed just under 67.5% YoY to reach 549,000, specifically owing to the dramatic growth of China’s EV sector.
In the years to come, Europe is projected to engage in aggressive promotion of 48V system and 12V start/stop system. Furthermore, EVs, HEVs and PHEVs are poised to see moderate growth in the European region. Japan will likely stick to HEV and fuel cell technologies, with the sales volume of EV and PHEV remaining at low levels.
Topical report “Global and China Hybrid Vehicle Industry Research Report 2016-2020” elaborated by ResearchInChina provides an up-close look at the HV industry worldwide and in China. It features a review, classifications, properties and application areas of HV technology; reviews the goals for automobile energy conservation and emission reductions, industrial subsidy schemes, etc, for the upcoming years; analysis of HV technology, working principles and applications of different structures, HV industry value chain and technology development trends; existing condition and market segments of the world HV market; development and key trends in the HV market in Japan, the USA and Europe. The study limelights the current state of the Chinese HV market as well as each of the market segments in question. It gives details about hybrid operations, development strategies, customers, solutions and layout in China of the 8 hybrid system integrators as well as of the 10 vehicle makers, global and Chinese alike.
Global and China Hybrid Vehicle Industry Research Report 2016-2020
Published: March, 2016
Price: US$ 2,700.00
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