Strategic Analysis on Global Market for Range Extenders

Internal Combustion Engine to be the Most Largely Adopted Range Extender Application

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The study provides an analysis of the market for range extenders. The extended range electric vehicles have been classified by the type of technology used. The three types of range extender technologies are internal combustion engine, micro-gas turbine, and fuel cell system. The study also gives an overview of the emerging market trends and eREVs that are expected to be launched by different OEMs until 2017. The market drivers, restraints, and challenges have also been discussed. Further, the study provides the cost analysis of the different applications and also compares the driving cost of an eREV with that of a conventional vehicle under various driving conditions. The study also provides strategic conclusions and recommendations.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Key Findings (continued)Executive Summary—Key Findings and Future OutlookExecutive SummaryMarket OverviewExecutive Summary—Overview by RegionExecutive Summary—Market RoadmapExecutive Summary—Technology RoadmapExecutive Summary—Cost ComparisonExecutive Summary—Battery CostExecutive Summary—BenchmarkingExecutive Summary—Application Preferences Executive Summary—Application by OEMResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey Market Participants Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationMarket Segmentation by Type of Vehicle and ApplicationDefinitionsDefinitions—Different Types of Electric VehiclesDefinitions Application Market OverviewMarket Overview—Key FindingsMarket Overview—Key Findings (continued)Market Overview—Key Findings (continued)Market Overview—Analysis by TypeMarket Overview—Technology Readiness and Comparison of Fuel Types: Market Overview—Existing and Future OfferingsMarket Overview—Fuel TransitionMega Trends and Industry Convergence ImplicationsImpact of Industry Mega Trends on the Market for Range ExtendersImpact of Top Mega Trends on Market for Range ExtendersIndustry Challenges, Market Drivers and Restraints—Total Market for Range ExtendersIndustry ChallengesDrivers and RestraintsKey Market DriversDrivers Explained Key Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedFactors Impacting Market for Range ExtendersScenario Analysis—Total Market for Range ExtendersTotal Market for Range Extenders—Sales Forecast Scenario AnalysisForecast Scenario Assumptions to 2018Forecast Scenario Assumptions to 2018 (continued)Analysis by Applications, OEMs and Regions—Total Market for Range ExtendersTotal Market—Sales Forecast by Region and Application Total Market—Per cent of Sales by OEMEuropean Market—Sales Forecast by Application European Market—Per cent of Sales by OEMNorth American Market—Sales Forecast by ApplicationNorth American Market—Per cent of Sales by OEMAPAC Market—Sales Forecast by Application APAC Market—Per cent of Sales by OEMComparative AnalysisComparative Analysis—Fossil Fuels and Renewable Sources Comparative Analysis—Difference between an EV and eREVComparative Analysis—Features of Electric Vehicles and eREVsComparative Analysis—Cost Benefit AnalysisComparative Analysis—Cost Benefit Analysis (continued)Comparative Analysis—BenchmarkingSupply and Value Chain AnalysisSupplier ActivitiesValue Chain AnalysisSupply and Value Chain Analysis—Supply and Demand AnalysisSupply Chain Analysis—Supply Chain ModelInternal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment BreakdownInternal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—IntegrationInternal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—eREV Specifications: Internal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—eREV Internal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—eREV (continued): Internal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—Technology Roadmap: Internal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—Cost Split Analysis: Internal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—Sales Forecast: Internal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—Per cent of Sales by OEMInternal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—AdvantagesInternal Combustion Engine Range Extenders Segment—DisadvantagesMicro-gas Turbine Range Extenders Segment BreakdownMicro-gas Turbine Range Extenders Segment—Basic WorkingMicro-gas Turbine Range Extenders Segment—Sales ForecastMicro-gas Turbine Range Extenders Segment—Technology RoadmapMicro-gas Turbine Range Extenders Segment—AdvantagesMicro-gas Turbine Range Extenders Segment—DisadvantagesMicro-gas Turbine Range Extenders Segment—Case StudyFuel Cell Range Extenders Segment BreakdownFuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—FunctioningFuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—Regional ProgramsFuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—Technology Roadmap Fuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—SpecificationsFuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—Cost Split AnalysisFuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—Cost Split Analysis (continued)Fuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—Sales ForecastFuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—Per cent of Sales by OEM Fuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—AdvantagesFuel Cell Range Extenders Segment—DisadvantagesCompetitor ProfilesCompetitor Profiles—Power RatingCompetitor Profiles—Mahle PowertrainCompetitor Profiles—Bladon JetsCompetitor Profiles—Capstone Turbine CorporationCompetitor Profiles—AVLCompetitor Profiles—Lotus EngineeringCompetitor Profiles—KSPG AG-FEVConclusions 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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