電気自動車の地域別予測：北米におけるPEV (プラグイン電気自動車) の販売台数・保有台数
Market Data - EV Geographic Forecasts - North America: US and Canadian Plug-In EV Forecasts by Province, State and Major Metropolitan Area
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 36 Pages; 49 Tables, Charts & Figures
|電気自動車の地域別予測：北米におけるPEV (プラグイン電気自動車) の販売台数・保有台数 Market Data - EV Geographic Forecasts - North America: US and Canadian Plug-In EV Forecasts by Province, State and Major Metropolitan Area|
|出版日: 2018年10月12日||ページ情報: 英文 36 Pages; 49 Tables, Charts & Figures||
当レポートでは、北米 (米国・カナダ) のPEV (プラグイン電気自動車) 市場を調査し、地域による普及状況、販売台数・保有台数の予測、市場成長に影響を及ぼす関連法規制・条例、総論・提言などをまとめています。
Light duty plug-in EV (LD PEV) sales are on track for another record year in North America and worldwide. PEVs are increasingly being considered by consumers as a top choice for their next vehicle purchase. Additionally, more and more states and provinces in North America are implementing purchase incentives and are in talks to adopt zero emissions vehicle (ZEV) policies. Meanwhile, the price of PEV technologies continues to decline. With the advent of new business model opportunities such as automated vehicles and carsharing programs, the market share of PEVs will continue to rise.
A shift in demographics and vehicle population is occurring in North America. Many US states with ZEV policies continue to boast the largest PEV populations and highest sales numbers, such as California and New York, but states like Florida and Colorado are coming to the forefront of the PEV game. In Canada, Quebec adopted ZEV policies in late 2017, and Navigant Research anticipates the province will lead the country in LD PEV sales and population over the next decade. To meet emissions targets and climate-related goals, many groups across North America are pushing state legislators to pass ZEV policies to increase model availability and incentivize higher LD PEV adoption rates. Emissions, fuel efficiency, and ZEV policies are key drivers increasing the adoption and awareness of PEVs.
This Navigant Research report analyzes the impact of fuel efficiency and ZEV policies on LD PEV population diffusion in North America. The study leverages the Navigant Vehicle Adoption Simulation Tool (VAST) to create three forecast scenarios based on potential changes to the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) and ZEV regulations announced by the current US administration. Detailed geographic breakdowns of LD PEV sales and populations (in conservative, base, and aggressive scenarios) for the US and Canada are provided by geographic region, including state, province, US core-based statistical area, and Canadian census agglomeration area.