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車両の始動/停止システムおよびマイクロハイブリッドシステムに対応する48ボルトシステム

48-Volt Systems for Automotive Applications

発行 Navigant Research 商品コード 292847
出版日 ページ情報 英文 24 Pages; 7 Tables, Charts & Figures
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車両の始動/停止システムおよびマイクロハイブリッドシステムに対応する48ボルトシステム 48-Volt Systems for Automotive Applications
出版日: 2015年04月24日 ページ情報: 英文 24 Pages; 7 Tables, Charts & Figures
概要

近年、世界の自動車市場では、アイドリングストップシステムを導入する動きが広がりつつあり、自動車メーカーの中には、排ガス基準を満たすためにいつくかの市場で同システムを標準装備しています。すでにドイツの自動車メーカーは、高機能のアイドリングストップシステムなどの基盤となる48Vシステムを共同開発しており、世界における48Vシステムを搭載した乗用車の販売台数は、2024年の時点でおよそ700万台に達する見通しです。

当レポートは、世界の自動車用48V電気サブシステム市場に光を当て、ビジネスチャンスや課題を明らかにしたもので、12Vシステムからの移行を促している要因やエネルギー貯蔵技術をはじめとする各種の選択肢についての分析、48Vシステムを搭載した小型車の今後の販売台数予測、この技術の普及拡大に積極的な有力企業などのプロファイルなどを盛り込み、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 市場の最新動向

  • 48Vシステムが求められる理由
  • 略史
  • 48Vシステムの利点
  • 課題
  • 欧州における規制動向
  • システム構成のオプション
  • 主要企業
    • A123 Systems
    • Advanced Lead-Acid Battery Consortium
    • Audi
    • BMW
    • Bosch
    • BYD
    • Continental
    • Controlled Power Technologies
    • Daesung Electric
    • Daimler
    • Delphi
    • Energy Innovation Group Ltd.
    • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
    • Ford
    • General Motors
    • HELLA
    • Hyundai/Kia
    • Johnson Controls, Inc.
    • LG Chem
    • 三菱
    • PowerGenix
    • PSA Peugeot Citroen
    • Renault
    • Ricardo
    • Samsung SDI
    • Schaeffler
    • Valeo
    • Volvo
  • 自動車業界のプロジェクト
    • 48V Town & Country Hybrid Powertrain
    • ADEPTプロジェクト
    • LC Super Hybrid
    • Green Industry Leadership Secondary Battery Technology Development

第3章 結論と提言

  • 予測
  • 結論
  • 提言

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目次
Product Code: RB-48V-15

Stop-start vehicle systems are becoming common in many regions of the world. For a few manufacturers, the feature is becoming a standard fitment in some markets, driven primarily by the need to meet emissions standards. The latest systems are starting to implement some of the features that were first developed for full hybrid vehicles, such as regenerative braking and electric power assistance. OEMs must get the most efficiency benefits from the smallest cost increment, and some have concluded that the current 12V electrical system is becoming an inhibitor due to its practical power limit.

Growth in light duty vehicle 48V system sales through the end of the decade will occur first in Western Europe, mainly because this region is the most aggressive in implementing fuel economy and emissions regulations. North America will follow, as will some countries in Asia Pacific. Meanwhile, German vehicle manufacturers have collaborated to develop a 48V standard that builds a foundation for more capable stop-start systems. According to Navigant Research, total global sales for light duty vehicles with 48V electrical subsystems are expected to reach just over 7 million by 2024.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the benefits and challenges of introducing 48V electrical subsystems into vehicles. The study examines the reasons to move to a higher voltage for stop-start and other component systems, why 48V is the right level, and the options for energy storage. A global forecast is provided for light-duty vehicle sales that will feature 48V systems by region through 2024. The report also analyzes the market drivers and barriers for 48V systems and profiles the key market players that are developing and introducing this technology.

Key Questions Addressed:

  • Why is 48V being considered for stop-start vehicles (SSVs)?
  • What are the additional benefits available from 48V over 12V stop-start systems?
  • How do simple SSVs differ from micro hybrid and mild hybrid vehicles?
  • Which companies are driving the adoption of 48V electrical systems?
  • What configurations of 48V systems can be expected in the future?
  • How quickly will the 48V market grow and what effect will this growth have on SSV markets?
  • What are coasting and sailing and how are these relevant to 48V systems and fuel efficiency?

Who needs this report?

  • Vehicle manufacturers
  • Vehicle component suppliers
  • Electronics suppliers
  • Battery manufacturers
  • Ultracapacitor manufacturers
  • Fleet managers
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Market Update

  • 2.1 Why 48V?
  • 2.2 A Little History
  • 2.3 The Benefits of 48V Systems
  • 2.4 Challenges
  • 2.5 European Regulations Driver
  • 2.6 System Configuration Options
  • 2.7 Key Players
    • 2.7.1 A123 Systems
    • 2.7.2 Advanced Lead-Acid Battery Consortium
    • 2.7.3 Audi
    • 2.7.4 BMW
    • 2.7.5 Bosch
    • 2.7.6 BYD
    • 2.7.7 Continental
    • 2.7.8 Controlled Power Technologies
    • 2.7.9 Daesung Electric
    • 2.7.10 Daimler
    • 2.7.11 Delphi
    • 2.7.12 Energy Innovation Group Ltd.
    • 2.7.13 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
    • 2.7.14 Ford
    • 2.7.15 General Motors
    • 2.7.16 HELLA
    • 2.7.17 Hyundai/Kia
    • 2.7.18 Johnson Controls, Inc.
    • 2.7.19 LG Chem
    • 2.7.20 Mitsubishi
    • 2.7.21 PowerGenix
    • 2.7.22 PSA Peugeot Citroën
    • 2.7.23 Renault
    • 2.7.24 Ricardo
    • 2.7.25 Samsung SDI
    • 2.7.26 Schaeffler
    • 2.7.27 Valeo
    • 2.7.28 Volvo
  • 2.8 Industry Projects
    • 2.3.1 48V Town & Country Hybrid Powertrain
    • 2.3.2 ADEPT Project
    • 2.3.3 LC Super Hybrid
    • 2.3.4 Green Industry Leadership Secondary Battery Technology Development

3. Conclusions and Recommendations

  • 3.1 Forecasts
  • 3.2 Conclusions
  • 3.3 Recommendations

List of Charts and Figures

  • 48V System Installations by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Concept 48V Installation by Audi
  • Bosch's Evolution of Electrification Features 48V Micro Hybrid
  • Continental's 48V Eco Drive
  • Kia's 48V Mild Hybrid Concept
  • Renault's 48V Mild Hybrid Diesel LCV Prototype
  • 48V System Market Penetration in Light Duty Vehicles by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
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