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Looking at one of the highest growing markets of today’s world, PTR’s coverage of e-Mobility aims to deliver analysis for our clients who are looking at the interaction between e-Mobility and power sector. Ranging from our EV Impact Report analyzing the impact of increasing EVs on their surrounding ecosystem to our EVSE Infrastructure coverage with special focus on Power Electronics, this application vertical is covering various aspects of e-Mobility’s overlap with the power grid, both from the supply and application side.
In this service, PTR covers EV charging infrastructure market in five major regions/countries around the globe. Market growth outlook for all charging power capacities is being tracked in this coverage. As EV charging growth directly impacts the power electronics components (discretes and modules), this analysis is also aimed at tracking the market growth of high power semiconductors purely due to EV Charging Infrastructure.
Electric Vehicles have been penetrating the passenger vehicle market significantly, but what is the story for commercial vehicles? Motivations and incentives are different in this sector where latest-and-greatest pales in comparison to ROI. Within PTR’s e-Mobility segment, this new database has been designed to look deeper into these vehicles. PTR has focused on the six major segments of the commercial vehicle market. Many segments have different drivers and market dynamics, not to mention a myriad of OEMs providing solutions.
The objective of this service is to provide unbiased transparency through a benchmark of 6 major manufacturers of Li-Ion batteries for electric vehicle market, who are also providing battery storage for power grid and consumer electronics devices. The companies are evaluated on various factors including Product Portfolio, Technology, R&D, Manufacturing Capabilities, Supplier & Customer Relations and overall comparison of Business Segments and Value Chain.
This service, aims to provide analysis on the traction motor market for battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) in twelve countries. Peak power rating and motor technologies will be segmented across each of the countries. The markets will be sized according to end-destination of the motor, specifically the electric vehicle end-destination. Along with the market sizing, a competitive analysis, OEM model & motor technology matrix and market forecasts into 2022 are also included in this market research coverage.
Electric vehicle (EV) shipments are poised to grow by a 35% average annual growth rate from 2016 to 2025. As internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle sales decline, and the market moves towards EVs, a paradigm shift will occur within the automotive manufacturing industry. This stems from the sheer reduction of parts used in EVs when compared to traditional ICEs; in some cases a multiple of 6 or more. PTR’s EV Impacts on Manufacturing will provide insight into this shift and answer questions such as which industry sectors within automotive will be impacted first, where these changes are occurring, and how ICE component manufacturers are currently coping with this market evolution?