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未来都市におけるアフリカのエレクトロモビリティ (E-モビリティ) 市場予測:2025年

African Electro Mobility Market in Future Cities, Forecast to 2025

発行 Frost & Sullivan 商品コード 590301
出版日 ページ情報 英文 62 Pages
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未来都市におけるアフリカのエレクトロモビリティ (E-モビリティ) 市場予測:2025年 African Electro Mobility Market in Future Cities, Forecast to 2025
出版日: 2017年11月08日 ページ情報: 英文 62 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、アフリカのエレクトロモビリティ (E-モビリティ) 市場について調査し、エレクトロモビリティの定義、世界・アフリカにおけるエレクトロモビリティ都市の実例、アフリカのエレクトロモビリティ企業および新興企業、アフリカにおけるエレクトロモビリティの促進因子・抑制因子・成長機会などについて、分析しています。

エグゼクティブサマリー

調査範囲・目的・調査手法

イントロダクション

スマートの時代

  • 未来都市の定義
  • 未来都市における「スマート」の要素 (エレメント)
  • スマートエレメントの説明

エレクトロモビリティ

  • エレクトロモビリティの定義
  • 自動車エレクトロモビリティの進歩
  • 排ガス水準・規制のロードマップ:国別
  • 電気自動車の提供
  • 自動車大量輸送
  • オフロードモビリティソリューション

国際エレクトロモビリティ都市の実例

  • リオ
  • 香港

アフリカにおけるエレクトロモビリティの導入

  • ケープタウン:南アフリカ
  • キガリ:ルワンダ
  • アジスアベバ:エチオピア
  • マラケシュ・カサブランカ:モロッコ
  • カイロ:エジプト
  • サン・ドニ (レユニオン) ・ラゴス (ナイジェリア)
  • アフリカにおけるエレクトロモビリティの将来

アフリカのエレクトロモビリティ企業および新興企業

  • 新興企業の実例
  • Mellowcabs
  • GridCars
  • uYilo
  • Kiira Motors

アフリカにおけるエレクトロモビリティの促進因子・抑制因子

  • アフリカにおけるスマートシティの促進因子
  • アフリカにおけるスマートシティの抑制因子

成長機会・企業動向

  • 成長機会:官民提携
  • 成功・成長の戦略的インペラティブ

主な結論・将来の展望

  • 主な調査結果
  • 5大成長機会
  • 免責事項

Frost & Sullivan について

目次
Product Code: 9AB2/98

African Cities behind the Curb on Electro-Mobility Solutions; However Public Transport Remains the Key Driver on the Continent

The adoption of electro-mobility solutions is having a profound impact on the way that cities and governments think and plan. The need to reduce emissions and congestion in modern cities is critical to realise the benefits of "future cities" which are premised as the ideal urban environments. The study takes a high-level look into the major elements contributing toward the creation of future cities and discusses how various electro-mobility solutions are facilitating this transition.

The study looks into which electro-mobility solutions are being developed and how they benefit users as well as cities. The focus remains on electric vehicles which have progressed significantly over the past decade and are driving the major changes in city transport infrastructure. Findings suggest that policy and incentives are the fundamental driving force of growth within the electric vehicle sector, with countries such as Denmark and China leading the transition in adoption of electric vehicles.

The research also discusses alternative transport modes which are contributing toward the reduction of emissions and congestion in cities, such as side-walk escalators and cable cars. Interesting insights include new technologies and their uses, such as the testing of electric helicopters, drones and hybrid marine craft.

To introduce the reader to international best practices and how cityscapes are changing, city examples such as Rio and Hong Kong are discussed. These cities, most notably Hong Kong are used as benchmarks in the advancement of cities through modern modes of transport and how business models are implemented to generate sustainable returns.

The focal point of the study remains the examination of how African cities have and continue to adopt electro-mobility solutions to overcome many of the challenges seen on the continent. The city of Cape Town remains the leader in electro-mobility solutions which has adopted a number of solutions to limit the ill-effects of urbanisation. Although progress is being made in the city, significant measures are required to raise progress to the level seen in Western economies. The same may be said of the other cities including Addis Ababa, Kigali, Lagos, Marrakesh, Cairo, and Saint Dennis.

A number of challenges such as a lack of funding, out-dated government policy and the poor state of infrastructure limit the adoption of advance electro-mobility solutions in Africa. A number of companies and start-ups are determined to make a difference in the continent by speeding up transition to a greener transport space. The study provides a brief summary of the companies generating waves in the sector.

Table of Contents

1. AFRICAN ELECTRO MOBILITY MARKET IN FUTURE CITIES, FORECAST TO 2025

Executive Summary

  • Key Takeaways

Research Scope, Objectives, and Methodology

  • Research Scope
  • Research Aims and Objectives
  • Research Methodology
  • African Urban Population by 2025

Introduction

  • Study Objectives

The Age of Smart

  • Defining Future Cities
  • Future City “Smart” Elements
  • Smart Elements Explained
  • Smart Elements Explained (continued)

Electro Mobility

  • Defining Electro Mobility
  • Automotive Electro Mobility Progress
  • Roadmap of Emission Levels and Restrictions by Country
  • Electric Vehicle Offerings
  • Automotive Mass Transport
  • Off-Road Mobility Solutions

International Electro Mobility City Examples

  • Rio
  • Hong Kong

Electro Mobility Adoption in Africa

  • Cape Town-South Africa
  • Kigali-Rwanda
  • Addis Ababa-Ethiopia
  • Marrakech and Casablanca-Morocco
  • Cairo-Egypt
  • Saint Dennis (Reunion) and Lagos (Nigeria)
  • Future of Electro Mobility in Africa

African Electro Mobility Companies and Start-ups

  • Examples of African Mobility Start-ups
  • Mellowcabs
  • GridCars
  • uYilo
  • Kiira Motors

Drivers and Restraints of Electro Mobility in Africa

  • Driving Factors for Smart Cities in Africa
  • Driving Factors for Smart Cities in Africa (continued)
  • Driving Factors for Smart Cities in Africa (continued)
  • Restraining Factors for Smart Cities in Africa
  • Restraining Factors for Smart Cities in Africa (continued)
  • Restraining Factors for Smart Cities in Africa (continued)

Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

  • Growth Opportunity-Public and Private Collaboration
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

  • Key Findings
  • Five Major Growth Opportunities-African Vehicle Markets
  • Legal Disclaimer

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