Market Assessment of Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies for CO2 Reduction in Europe and North America

Energy Conservation Technologies Preferred more than Recovery Technologies

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Emission (ACEA targets) and fuel economy regulations (fleet average fuel economy) across Europe and the United States are the major drivers in both the short- and long-term coaxing OEMs and suppliers alike to look towards energy conservation and energy recovery systems to realise enhanced performance and adherence to legislative and customer demands. This study covers energy conservation technologies like micro-hybrids, DoD, variable compression ratio, coolant pumps, and oil pump and also energy recovery technologies like regenerative braking, KERS, turbochargers, turbogenerators, and thermo-electric generators. It provides market forecasts, OEM and supplier profile, and also the key trends, drivers, growth opportunities, and conclusions.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsExecutive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsExecutive Summary—Total Market Unit Shipment SnapshotExecutive Summary—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Roadmap Executive Summary—Competitive Positioning of Key Industry Participants Executive Summary—Comparative Analysis by RegionExecutive Summary—Key Conclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM/Participant Groups Compared in This StudyDefinitions and SegmentationProduct/Technology SegmentationEnergy Conservation SystemsProduct/Technology Definitions—Micro-hybridProduct/Technology Definitions—Micro-hybrid—OEM Comparative Analysis of TechnologiesProduct/Technology Definitions—Parasitic Load ReductionProduct/Technology Definitions—Variable Compression Ratio (VCR) Product/Technology Definitions—Displacement on Demand (DoD) Energy Recovery SystemsProduct/Technology Definitions—Turbochargers Product/Technology Definitions—Mild-hybridsProduct/Technology Definitions—Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems Product/Technology Definitions—Turbogenerators Product/Technology Definitions—Thermoelectric Generators Vehicle Segmentation Market OverviewEnergy Conservation and Recovery Systems—IntroductionEnergy Conservation and Recovery Systems—RequirementsEnergy Conservation and Recovery Systems—Requirements—Usage of Engine Power Comparative Analysis of Emission Regulations Across Regions Evolution of Euro Emission Norms Europe—Greenhouse Gas Reduction/Fuel Economy RegulationNorth America—Greenhouse Gas Reduction/Fuel Economy RegulationComparative Analysis of Emission Regulations Across RegionsEnergy Conservation and Recovery Technologies RoadmapMega Trends and Industry Convergence ImplicationsImpact of Top Mega Trends on the Auto Industry Impact of Top Mega Trends on the Auto Industry (continued) External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies MarketDrivers and RestraintsEnergy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Market DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedForecast and Trends—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies MarketMarket Engineering Measurements—Micro-hybridMarket Engineering Measurements—Variable Accessory DrivesParasitic Load Reduction Through Variable Accessory Drives—Unit Shipment Scenario Analysis Parasitic Load Reduction Through Variable Accessory Drives—Forecast Scenario Assumptions Displacement on Demand—Unit Shipment Scenario AnalysisDisplacement on Demand—Forecast Scenario Assumptions Total Market Unit Shipment Forecast by RegionTotal Market Unit Shipment Forecast by Region—Mild HybridsUnit Shipment Forecast by Technology and RegionUnit Shipment Forecast by OEM and RegionEnergy Conservation and Recovery—Market Pricing Trends and Forecast and DiscussionOEM ProfilesVehicle Manufacturer Analysis—OEM Technology PreferenceBMW Group—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Outlook BMW Group—Technology MatchBMW Group—Unit Shipment Forecast by Region Daimler Group—Energy Conservation & Recovery Technologies Outlook Daimler Group—Technology MatchDaimler Group’s Unit Shipment Forecast by Region Fiat Group—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies OutlookFiat Group—Technology MatchFiat Group’s Unit Shipment Forecast by Region Ford Group—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Outlook Ford Group—Technology MatchFord Group’s Unit Shipment Forecast by Region GM/Opel Group—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Outlook GM/Opel Group—Technology Match GM/Opel Group’s Unit Shipment Forecast by RegionHyundai Group—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Outlook Hyundai Group—Technology MatchHyundai Group’s Unit Shipment Forecast by Region PSA Group—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies OutlookPSA Group—Technology MatchPSA Group’s Unit Shipment Forecast by RegionRenault-Nissan—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies OutlookRenault-Nissan—Technology MatchRenault-Nissan’s Unit Shipment Forecast by RegionToyota Group—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies OutlookToyota Group—Technology MatchToyota Group’s Unit Shipment Forecast by RegionVolkswagen Group—Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Outlook Volkswagen Group—Technology Match Volkswagen Group’s Unit Shipment Forecast by RegionConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedLearn More—Next StepsMarket Engineering Methodology




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