Strategic Analysis of Inductive Charging for Global Electric Vehicles (EV) Market
The research service provides a strategic outlook and overview of the market for inductive charging in electric vehicles. An overview of the electric vehicle market with significant information on inductive charging market is provided. It discusses and analyses the total market. It also examines the different types of charging technologies for electric vehicles and analyses the trends at a global level, filtering them to Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific. It discusses the electric vehicle charging technologies with major focus on inductive charging technology. The technology type that has been discussed are static and dynamic charging; static charging has been discussed in detail and an overview for dynamic charging is provided.
Executive Summary—Key Findings
By 2020, inductive charging is likely to account for% of both public and residential charging, with Europe leading the way due to active participation from local suppliers and OEMs
Europe is expected to emerge as a market leader in inductive charging solutions by 2020 with % market share, followed by the United States. The main reason is the high adoption rate of electric vehicles and technological advancements by European Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) such as Volvo Car Corporation, BMW AG, and Daimler AG, and suppliers such as Bombardier and Qualcomm.
The total market for inductive charging is expected to witness a CAGR of % from 2012 to 2020. Approximately units are expected to be sold globally by 2020, with California having the highest number of charging stations in the United States and the United Kingdom leading in Europe.
Inductive charging is available as an aftermarket option for Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet Volt at a price of $– , including installation. However, it will be available as an inbuilt solution in the premium segment cars by 2015, with Infiniti LE EV being the 1st vehicle to offer it as an option.
Market participants from various verticals such as telecom, industrial automation, and utilities are transforming the industry by establishing their presence. The trend is towards partnering with OEMs at a testing phase, to evaluate the technology.
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