Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights)

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Assessment of emerging developments in electric and hybrid vehicle technologies in Europe.

Table of Contents

Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights), Executive Summary and MethodologyExecutive SummaryHighlights of the StudyApplications AnalysisMethodology and ScopeMethodologyScope Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights), Technology BriefingA Primer on the Various TechnologiesBattery Electric VehiclesHybrid Electric VehiclesFuel Cell VehiclesUltracapacitorsEnvironmental and Government RegulationsAlternative Energy Vehicles and the EnvironmentRegulation and Tax Incentives in Europe Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights), Adoption Accelerators and ChallengesAdoption Accelerators and RestraintsTechnology Adoption AcceleratorsGrowth BarriersTechnology and Applications ChallengesApplications-Based ChallengesTechnology-Based Challenges Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights), The Innovation Frontier: European Developments in Hybrid Vehicle ResearchDevelopments in Research InstitutesHigh-Energy EDLC R&D for Hybrid Vehicle Fuel SavingHybrid Controller for Real-Time Load ControlBetter VRLA Batteries for Hybrid VehiclesPlastic Crystal-Salt Matrix for Use in BatteriesFuzzy Logic Controller for a Hybrid Electric VehicleA New Hybrid Vehicle Control StrategyA New Series Hybrid Powertrain ControllerDevelopments in Company LaboratoriesHybrid Vehicle Technology at DaimlerChryslerKinetic Energy Storage System TechnologyEpcos' Efforts in Hybrid Vehicle DevelopmentA Bipolar Lead-Acid Battery Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights), The Innovation Frontier: European Developments in Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicle ResearchDevelopments in Research InstitutesA Cheaper Lead-Acid BatteryDynamical Simulation Models for Electrochemical Power SourcesFuel Power Management SystemLoad Hydrogen High But Store It LowDirect Wheel Drive System in Advanced VehiclesDevelopments in Company LaboratoriesModeling of Fuel Cell VehiclesA Novel Lithium-Ion BatteryNew Alanate Material for Hydrogen StorageConverting Biomass to Hydrogen for AutomobilesDaimlerChrysler Reaches 100 Fuel Cell Vehicle Target Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights), Industry Activity and Our VerdictIndustry ActivityActivity in the EV/HEV RealmActivity in the FCV RealmFrost & Sullivan's Verdict Competitive Strategy and LandscapeVerdict on Battery Electric VehiclesVerdict on Hybrid Electric VehiclesVerdict on Fuel Cell Vehicles Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights), Patents and Contact DetailsAnalysis of Patents for EU-based CompaniesPatents in the EV/HEV RealmPatents in the FCV RealmContact DetailsContact DetailsResearch Legend Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in TechnologyAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology LeadershipAward DescriptionAward Recipient Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Europe (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesDecision Support DatabaseTotal Car Production (Units) by Region and by Country 1996-2004Total Car Sales Worldwide (Units) by Region and by Country 1996-2004Total Bus Production (Units) Worldwide by Region and by Country 1996-2004Total Number of Buses in Use Worldwide by Region and by Country 1996-2004Total Number of Vehicles in Operation Worldwide by Region and by Country 1996-2004Total Number of Trucks in Use Worldwide by Region and by Country 1996-2004




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