低公害車的全球市場 - 成長率，趨勢，課題分析:2015-2020年
Global Low Emission Vehicle Market : Analysis of Growth, Trends Progress and Challenges (2015-2020)
|出版商||Mordor Intelligence LLP||商品編碼||356572|
|低公害車的全球市場 - 成長率，趨勢，課題分析:2015-2020年 Global Low Emission Vehicle Market : Analysis of Growth, Trends Progress and Challenges (2015-2020)|
|出版日期: 2016年04月01日||內容資訊: 英文||
Leeds city council has announced free parking for the owners of ultra-low emission vehicles. The permit for owners of ultra-low emission cars will be valid for a period of 1 year. Incentives like these can play a big role in boosting the sales of low emission cars. Low Emission Vehicles in the present time have emerged as viable option for the average middle-income consumer. The major reason for this is cheaper technology and lower running costs. Number of consumers who buy low emission vehicles purely for the concern for the environment are relatively lower, than those who buy because of lower running costs. But with the recent adverse events happening around the world, higher number of people are consciously turning towards low emission vehicles, which would be a big driver for the market. Countries around the world are coming out with rules and incentives, which benefit Low Emission Car owners. The Low Emission Vehicle Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 21.79% and grow to a market size of $ X.XX billion by the year 2020.
In most of the popular Low Emission cars, Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries are used, but Lithium Ion Batteries are fast coming up as an alternative because of its high energy density. Ford and Honda, which are manufacturers of popular Low Emission Cars such as Fiesta, Civic are switching to the Lithium Ion Batteries, which they feel would suit their operations better.
One of the biggest restraints for the growth of Low Emission Vehicles, especially in the emerging markets is the severe lack of infrastructure. The Infrastructure is relatively developed in the European and North American markets, and buying low emission cars is a viable option. But it is almost nonexistent in the developing markets. The demand for such vehicles is there, but lack of infrastructure is severely restricting sales. Also minimal incentives on such cars in the emerging markets, is severely restricting the growth.
The crude oil prices, which were at $140 per barrel a few years back, are now at price levels below $40 per barrel. This has reduced the interest of the average consumer in buying Low Emission Vehicles as the average running price of the regular vehicles has come down .But most countries are employing tight emission norms, which will force car manufacturers to reduce emissions of every car and effectively make them low emission.
BMW, Volkswagen, Toyota are some of the important players in the low emission vehicles Market. The market has been segmented by battery type (Lead Acid, Nickel Metal Hydride, Lithium Ion, Nickel Cadmium, Others), by vehicle type(Full Hybrid , Mild Hybrid, pure electric vehicle) and by Geography (North America, South America, Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia Pacific).