Technology Innovations Empowering Low Emission Vehicles (TechVision)

Moving towards an era of low carbon transportation

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The research service delves into various technologies that are necessary to produce low emission vehicles (LEVs). Low emission vehicles are vehicles that emit at least 40% less emissions than a similar model vehicle. In general, this research service focuses on electric, hybrid, and fuel cell vehicles. Each type of vehicle and the technologies empowering them have been highlighted to provide a depth of information for the readers.
The report analyzes the various factors affecting the adoption of low emission vehicles (LEVs) in different geographical regions. In each region, various governmental regulations and incentives for LEVs are discussed in detail. Further, the LEV sales prediction for the next 5 years is included in the research service.
This research service provides:
     An overview of technologies empowering LEVs.
     A review of key technological/ business challenges influencing the adoption of LEVs.
     Regulations and incentives for LEV purchase in various countries.
     The R&D efforts in developing new charging solutions and battery technologies are highlighted. This information will be useful for companies working across LEV value chain to align their R&D portfolios.
     Insights into the road ahead for adoption of LEVs in the short and medium terms.
     Various breakthrough innovations that could potentially enable LEVs in the near future to deliver better performance.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryResearch Scope Research MethodologyResearch Methodology Step by Step ApproachKey Findings – Move Towards Low Carbon EconomyKey Findings – Concerns & Need for Radical ChangesLEV – A Sneak Preview & Enabling Technology LandscapeOverview of Low Emission Vehicles(LEVs)Classification of Low Emission Vehicles(LEVs)Hybrid Vehicle TechnologyElectric Vehicle TechnologyFuel Cell Vehicle TechnologyHybrid Vehicles - Commercial Classification of LEVsElectric Vehicles - Commercial Classification of LEVsAdoption Factors for LEVsInfluencing Factors Driving AdoptionInfluencing Factors Hindering AdoptionInnovation EcosystemFactors Influencing InnovationAnalysis of North American Practices, Polices and Innovations Driving LEVsUSA - Government Regulations and Policies California - Government Regulations and Policies Canada and Mexico - Government Regulations and PoliciesIncentives to Promote Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in Arizona and California Incentives to Promote Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in Connecticut, Florida and District of ColumbiaIncentives to Promote Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in Georgia, Hawaii, IllinoisIncentives to Promote Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in Maryland, Massachusetts, and New YorkIncentives to Promote Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in Texas and WashingtonIncentives to Promote Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in CanadaZinc-Air Batteries Innovation - EnZinc Inc., California, USALithium Air Battery Innovation, IBM Research-Almaden, USACarbon Foam Batteries Innovation - Firefly International Energy Co, Illinois, USALithium Metal Battery Innovation - Solid Energy Systems, Massachusetts, USAEnergy Storage at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, University of California, USAImproved Lithium Ion Batteries - Solid State Battery - MIT and Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, USAAnalysis of European Practices, Polices and Innovations Driving LEVsGovernment Regulations and PoliciesProminent Initiatives to Promote Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in EuropeInitiatives to Promote Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in Other Countries of EuropeMetal-Air Battery Innovation - PHINERGY, IsraelAdvanced Silicon Anode Lithium Ion Battery - NEXEON Limited, Oxford, UKLithium Sulfur Batteries - OXIS Energy Limited, Oxfordshire, UKElectro Mobility Solutions - Siemens AG, GermanyElectric and Hybrid Powertrains - Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart, GermanyAnalysis of APAC Practices, Polices and Innovations Driving LEVsGovernment Regulations and Policies in China Government Regulations and Policies in India Government Regulations and Policies in Japan Government Regulations and Policies in South Korea and Australia Initiatives to Promote Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in APACSuper Capacitors Innovation - Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, AustraliaUltra-fast Charging Batteries - Nanyang Technology University, SingaporeStrategic OpportunitiesMarket Potential - Electric VehiclesMarket Potential - Electric Vehicles and Fuel CellsStrategic Perspectives on Future OpportunitiesKey Patents and ContactsKey ContactsElectric Vehicles’ Battery and Control System PatentsPatents on Range, Mounting Structure and Brake Control of Electric VehiclesHybrid Drive and Motor Vehicles PatentsHybrid Vehicle and Fuel Cell PatentsPatents on Fuel Cell Advances Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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