Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights)

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This research service reviews the electric and hybrid vehicles domain in North America. The research service gives information on organizations, companies, universities, research institutions, and government agencies involved in research and development (R&D) in EV technology. Also covered is the present state of the market in these vehicles, and where it is likely to head. Noteworthy industry activity in the arena and government regulations encouraging the growth of electric and hybrid vehicles are also summarized. A summary of key patents will give an insight into notable activities, technology trends, and important players in this arena.

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Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights), Executive Summary and MethodologyExecutive SummaryHighlights of the StudyWhat's on the HorizonMethodology and ScopeMethodologyScopeElectric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights), A Primer on Alternative Technology VehiclesHybrid Vehicle TechnologiesWhat are Hybrid Propulsion Systems?Series HybridsParallel HybridsSeries-Parallel HybridsLithium Ion Battery Technology for HybridsOther Alternative Vehicle TechnologiesBattery Electric VehiclesFuel Cell VehiclesUltracapacitorsFlywheelsElectric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption FactorsAdoption Accelerators and RestraintsAdoption AcceleratorsRestraintsTechnology and Market ChallengesMarket ChallengesTechnology ChallengesElectric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights), The Innovation Frontier--Hybrid Vehicle Research in North AmericaResearch in AcademiaHydrogen Fuel Cell Systems for Hybrid VehiclesUltracapacitors for Hybrid VehiclesEnergy Management in Hybrid VehiclesModelling Ultracapacitors on HEVsHybridizing a Formula Race CarResearch in Commercial OrganizationsCarbon Nanotubes Lead to Lithium BatteriesNovel Lithium Ion Battery for Use in Hybrid VehiclesGM Develops Dual mode Transmission TechnologyJohnson Controls' New Battery for Hybrid Cars Pulse Power 350v Nickel–Metal Hydride BatteryFord HEV with Power-Split PowertrainElectric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights), The Innovation Frontier: Other Alternative Technology Vehicle Research in North AmericaResearch in AcademiaEnhancing the Performance of Lithium BatteriesSupercapacitors from NanotubesBipolar Switched Reluctance Machines for AutomobilesFuel Cell Hybrid Vehicle PrototypeDynamic Model for Fast and Efficient Hydrogen GenerationResearch in Commercial OrganizationsFuel-Cell Prototype with 97mpg MileageTooling for Nickel Metal Hydride BatteriesLithium-Ion Battery Based on NanotechnologyDriving R&D in Lightweight Materials and Battery Technologies for VehiclesElectric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights), What's Cooking--Industry Developments and VerdictAnalysis of the Alternative Technology Vehicle IndustryMarket Impact and Potential Regulatory DevelopmentsHybrid Vehicles in Public Transport and Heavy VehiclesPrimary Industry SuppliersKey Industry DevelopmentsIndustry Developments in Hybrid VehiclesDevelopments in Other Alternative Technology VehiclesElectric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights), Patents and Contact DetailsPatent AnalysisPatents in Hybrid VehiclesPatents in Other Alternative Technology VehiclesContact DetailsContact Details for ResearchersElectric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in Technology AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientElectric and Hybrid Vehicles in North America (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesDecision Support DatabaseTotal Car Production (1996-2004)Total Car Sales Worldwide (1996-2004)Total Bus Production (1996-2004)Total Number of Buses in Use Worldwide (1996-2004)Total Number of Vehicles in Operation Worldwide (1996-2004)




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