商用車の電化：プラグインハイブリッドおよびバッテリー式電動小型商用車 - 世界市場の分析と予測
Light Commercial Vehicle Electrification: Plug-In Hybrid and Battery Electric Light-Duty Commercial Vehicles - Global Analysis and Forecasts
|商用車の電化：プラグインハイブリッドおよびバッテリー式電動小型商用車 - 世界市場の分析と予測|
発行: Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)
ページ情報: 英文 48 Pages; 31 Tables, Charts & Figures
当レポートでは、世界の小型商用車 (LCV) 市場における電気パワートレイン (PHEVおよびBEV) 別の分析、市場の成長要因、機会、課題、および主な市場要因などを提供しています。また、世界における車両販売を2030年まで予測しており、パワートレインと地域ごとに分類しています。さらに、充電インフラ、競合する代替燃料、主要な市場参加者を取り巻く主要技術についても調査を行っています。
In the light-duty (LD) commercial vehicle (LCV) segment, internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs) are the leading powertrain. However, electric drive technologies, such as hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and battery EVs are quickly closing the gap and becoming more competitive. The cost of electrified LCVs are falling due to improvements in battery technology and market maturity. Governments at all levels are supporting an electric transition to meet fuel efficiency and emissions regulations. Adoption of electric LCVs is expected to continue to rise as upfront vehicle costs fall, vehicle economics improve, and governments continue to place importance on the reduction of greenhouse gas and other emission pollutants that contribute to poor air quality.
In the near term, fleets and consumers can take advantage of government incentives to help bring electric LCV purchase price toward parity with their ICE counterparts. Fleets and manufacturers can use these LCVs across use segments to achieve emissions and air quality targets, while improving their bottom line via reduced fuel, operations, and maintenance costs.
This report from Navigant Research, a Guidehouse company, analyzes the global LCV market across electric powertrains (plug-in hybrid and battery electric) by region. The study provides an analysis of the market issues, including opportunities, implementation challenges, and prominent market factors associated with the LCV market segment. Global market forecasts for vehicle populations and sales are broken out by powertrain and region and extend through 2030. The report also examines the key technologies surrounding charging infrastructure, competitive alternative fuels, and key market participants.