INTRODUCTION

PTR’s Commercial Off-Highway Vehicles Service takes a look at the following 6 types of vehicles: Agriculture, Buses & Coaches, Construction, Light Commercial Vehicles, Forklifts, and Trucks, further breaking down each type into various sub-types and sub-categories. Electric Vehicles have been penetrating the passenger vehicle market significantly, but what is the story for commercial and off-highway vehicles? Motivations and incentives are different in this sector where latest-and-greatest pales in comparison to ROI. Within PTR’s e-Mobility segment, the Commercial & Off-Highway Vehicles Service has been designed to look deeper into the sales of these vehicles, complimenting the EV Charging Infrastructure (EVSE) Service. Many segments have different drivers and market dynamics as well as a myriad of OEMs providing solutions. Accelerators and Inhibitors in this market include the available EV charging infrastructure, EV policy and plans, and company product portfolios.

Recently, the transition towards zero-emission vehicles has been evident, especially in the electric commercial vehicles segment (Buses, Trucks, LCVs). Several new electric models have been announced in the commercial vehicle segment with higher range and battery sizes. New long-haul models have also been announced by major OEMs indicating an imminent market shift in the United States. Alongside these market changes, major fleet operators have announced their sustainability goals as they start electrifying their fleets. In Europe, the United States, and China, there has been rapid growth in the adoption of e-bus fleets. China, on a global scale, hosts over 90% of all e-buses currently.

There has been a clear shift from PHEVs to BEVs as well, especially in the LCV segment, as only BEVs may be considered zero-emission commercial vehicles, leaving PHEVs out of incentives and subsidies in some countries. That said, the market is still reliant on subsidies. In a 2019 momentum test in China, the market of e-buses slowed down as subsidies were temporarily removed. In addition to this, OEMs still appear reluctant to completely abandon ICEs in the commercial vehicle market segment. But as the adoption of BEVs increases, the market is naturally gravitating towards such vehicles and many OEMs are expanding into the market to avail new growth opportunities to stay relevant in this change.

PTR’s Commercial & Off-Highway Vehicles Service takes a look at the following 6 types of vehicles: Agriculture, Buses & Coaches, Construction, Light Commercial Vehicles, Forklifts, and Trucks, further breaking down each type into various sub-types and sub-categories. As a part of this service, PTR delves into the current and projected sales to accurately forecast and predict market happenings based upon qualitative and quantitative shifts observed due to changes in market dynamics. The service includes annual sales volumes, and historical data; Market Shares by vehicle segment; Key Market Trends along with exclusive analyst commentary.

High-level collected data is categorized into sub-categories based upon the aforementioned vehicle types and then triangulated and validated through primary research. Data through secondary research is obtained from automotive OEMs and primary research is conducted through interviews of vehicle manufacturers, fleet-operators and auto-dealers to validate and understand the market trends.

Data is presented as database along with a Power BI Dashboard for interactive and quick analytics on the data; and a Live App for quick access to industry news, important sources, and update logs. With the extensive intel that this service provides, all that remains requiring your attention is the set of informed and data-backed decisions you need to make to ensure company and investment success.

    Key Questions Addressed in the Service
    • What are different hydrogen production technologies with a special focus on electrolyzers and their competitive advantages?
    • What are the emerging applications and industries in the hydrogen value chain?
    • What are different future projections of hydrogen demand by 2050?
    • What are the recent market developments and global partnerships in the hydrogen economy around the world?
    • What are the different National Hydrogen Strategies of 23 countries around the globe?
    • What are different H2 Valleys project developments around the world?
    Scope of Research – Hydrogen

    This is a database style service containing over 700 Hydrogen projects. The database includes project specific information of Hydrogen projects delivered around the globe. Additionally, announced projects are added into the database which gives an overview of Hydrogen pipeline globally.

    The NHS database consists of a detailed description of the published hydrogen strategies of 21 countries. These countries have been segregated into three regions: Americas, APAC and EMEA. Key points have been extracted from these strategies that include the targeted hydrogen type and sectors, the defined goals and the pillars of action on which these strategies are based.  An overview of the publishing authority, year released, and time-bound targets is also presented in a summarized manner. Details of the national hydrogen strategies currently under preparation have also been included in the database. The table of contents of the database is as follows:

    Hydrogen Projects Database

    This is a database style service containing over 700 Hydrogen projects. The database includes project specific information of Hydrogen projects delivered around the globe. Additionally, announced projects are added into the database which gives an overview of Hydrogen pipeline globally.

    National Hydrogen Strategies (NHS) Database

    The NHS database consists of a detailed description of the published hydrogen strategies of 21 countries. These countries have been segregated into three regions: Americas, APAC and EMEA. Key points have been extracted from these strategies that include the targeted hydrogen type and sectors, the defined goals and the pillars of action on which these strategies are based.  An overview of the publishing authority, year released, and time-bound targets is also presented in a summarized manner. Details of the national hydrogen strategies currently under preparation have also been included in the database. The table of contents of the database is as follows:

    Sample of PowerPoint database-National Hydrogen Strategies (NHS) Database

    Delivery Format
    Report overview

    This report covers global analysis of hydrogen market through its entire value chain. It gives a comparative overview of different hydrogen production technologies and green hydrogen production cost comparison in different regions across the globe. Further, it covers the current demand and forecast of hydrogen for next 30 years, geographical significance of hydrogen production and overview of national hydrogen strategies. Lastly, it provides all the M&A activities happened in year 2021 in hydrogen market. The table of contents of the report are provided hereunder:

    Sample Outputs from Report

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