Electric Vehicle Incentives
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 16 Pages; 5 Tables, Charts & Figures
|電動車的獎勵 Electric Vehicle Incentives|
|出版日期: 2016年03月18日||內容資訊: 英文 16 Pages; 5 Tables, Charts & Figures||
本報告提供插電式電動車 (PEV) 的需求重視的政策的相關調查，各類型的獎勵計劃比較分析，各國的PEV銷售額實際成果與目前市場情況等相關資料，主要PEV市場 (含北美、歐洲、中國、日本及韓國的主要亞太地區各國) 的關注調查。
Plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) provide a number of advantages over conventional internal combustion engine-powered vehicles. PEVs enable drivers to benefit from cost reductions related to vehicle operations and maintenance, as well as to avoid the inconveniences of gas stations, oil changes, and emissions tests. While these advantages are attractive to many vehicle purchasers, they have not yet been significant enough to justify the high premium that must be paid for the technology to more than a small market of niche consumers.
Yet, PEVs also enable owners to minimize oil consumption to suit environmental and/or geopolitical concerns, which has direct impacts on transportation sector energy consumption and emissions generation. Most global governments and the electric power sector benefit from these impacts. As such, governments at national, state, and local levels, as well as utilities in developed and some developing regions, have been interested in encouraging the progression of the fledgling technology and have established policies to ensure supply and demand for PEVs. Although supply-side policies have been fundamental to broad PEV market development, demand-side policies have been particularly effective at driving sales growth to specific markets.
This Navigant Research report assesses the broad range of PEV demand-side policies that have been utilized worldwide to date. The study analyzes trends in historic PEV sales and market conditions as they vary from country to country. Incentives covered within the analysis include those affecting vehicle purchase price, registration process, vehicle operation, and vehicle charging. The report also provides a comparative analysis of incentive programs by type and country based on historic PEV sales and current market conditions. Analysis focuses on the leading PEV markets: North America, Europe, and select Asia Pacific countries, including China, Japan, and South Korea.