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Market For Hybrid And Electric Buses Up To $132 Billion In 2026

By Dr Peter Harrop and Mr Franco GonzalezElectric Buses 2016-2026Forecasts, Technology Roadmap, Company AssessmentThe market for medium and large hybrid and pure electric buses will be over $132 billion in 2026
Industrial and commercial electric vehicles will be a similar market to cars but innovating faster and frequently more profitable for all in the value chain. The most important sector is buses, the subject of this report, where innovation often comes before cars because they are less…
08 October 2016 / Dr. Peter Harrop Chairman

The High-voltage Traction Systems Of Modern EVs

In the "flowmagazine", the online magazine published by the company nanoFlowcell of Liechtenstein, they speak about the danger of high voltage in the new high-powered electric cars, which can reach 600 volts, almost three times more than what is needed in our house sockets. This high voltage can be a danger of life, touching what should not be touched, but which also can be part of the causes of fires. It also obliges all accidents rescue teams know what to do and where to touch at…
30 August 2016 / Flowmagazine

Monty Hall And Sustainable Mobility

"Let's Make a Deal" is the name of a very famous tv game show where you choose. You have 3 doors, two of them hide goats, one of them hide a car. A very nice paradox to think about and perhaps a way to be able to say ... " aye! everyday you learn something new " But better we talk about it and let's try to help you learn something more...
When you choose the door you like, the host, knowing the door hidden products, try to give you goats... opening one door with a…
18 June 2016 / José Luis Iglesias

Electric Vehicles From Outer Space.

I read really nice news about Agneta Dahlgren Renault Group designer, woman of the year 2016 by the WAVE independent organization
Years ago, in a much more sexist world probably did say with surprise a woman was a part of the design team, as if it were a rare fact, without name or charge. Fortunately not only in the staff, she is the team leader. Future of technology is very promising because women are in the top of design, marketing, testing and competition teams with the prototypes.…
23 May 2016 / José Luis Iglesias

Die Zukunft Der Ecomobilität

Viele sehen als wichtigster Schritt in die Zukunft der Elektromobilität eine Zusammenarbeit aller Interessenten an einer sauberen Umwelt.
Um die grossen Herausforderungen der geplanten Energiewende zu meistern ist eine Zusammenarbeit aller europäischen Länder notwendig, denn für eine alternative Gewinnung der Eelktrizität, sprich Sonnen- und Windenergie ist die Zusammenarbeit besonders zwischen dem Norden und dem Süden lebenswichtig, da gerade der Süden über die vielen Sonnentage…
02 October 2014 / V. Christian Manz
V. Christian Manz

Range Extenders For Electric Vehicles


This article shares some of the research in the new IDTechEx report, "Range Extenders for Electric Vehicles Land, Water & Air 2013-2023" (www.IDTechEx.com/range) which covers all such vehicles, on land, on/under water and airborne. Hybrid versions of electric vehicles are the successful part of the electric car business, outselling pure electric versions by at least six to one. Hybrids are soon to be a major part of the electric aircraft and boat businesses and in the form of…
01 January 2014 / Dr. Peter Harrop Chairman

Vibrancy In Electric Buses Contrasts Gloom In Electric Cars

Dr. Peter Harrop from IDTechEx speaks about the difference between the growing interest in Electric Buses that contrasts with the gloom in Electric Cars
Vibrancy in Electric Buses Contrasts Gloom in Electric CarsBy Dr Peter Harrop The IDTechEx report, Electric Buses and Taxis 2012-2022   concentrates primarily on buses defined as enclosed vehicles with a driver that have been designed for stage carriage or transit work and carrying at least 10 passengers. The market for these electric…
01 January 2014 / Dr. Peter Harrop Chairman

The Truth Behind The Confusion


How is it that some analysts put pure-electric car sales at hundreds of thousands in 2012 whereas others report a mere 60-65,000? At analysts IDTechEx, we feel that a lack of rigor is largely to blame because there are cars homologated as such and car-like vehicles that are not homologated as cars. The contrast is stark. Only 65,000 true pure-electric cars, homologated as such, were sold globally in 2012, very much a failure compared to the 1.522 million hybrid electric cars sold. However,…
22 May 2013 / Dr. Peter Harrop Chairman

Toyota

Fabricante del primer coche hibrido comercial, el Toyota Prius, y uno de los mayores innovadores en la tecnología hibrida. También desarrolla coches puramente eléctricos y modelo que funcionan con hidrógeno y la pila

Brost Bikes

Empresa española que fabrica y distribuye bicicletas eléctricas urbanas plegables.

An $18 Billion Market For Electric Vehicle Inverters In 2023

By Dr Gerry Boast, Anglo EV and Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman IDTech
By Dr Gerry Boast, Anglo EV and Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman The market for electric vehicle inverters, including converters, for both hybrid and pure electric vehicles land, water and air, will grow to $18 billion in 2023 as forecasted in the new IDTechEx report. The demand for inverters and electric power conversions is already well established in the automation and industrial control industries which are also growing at…
07 December 2012 / Dr. Peter Harrop Chairman

Big Disagreement On Where Lithium-ion Batteries Are Headed

by Dr. Peter Harrop from IDTech
Lithium-ion is the winning type of rechargeable battery for the decade - there is almost a consensus. You can count about 150 manufacturers of these and IDTechEx has profiled nearly all of them. We expect 200 manufacturers of lithium-ion batteries soon, mainly because of the burgeoning number of Chinese companies making poor quality me-too-but-cheaper versions - notably the relatively easy-to-make small cylindrical versions such as the archetypal 18650 for…
07 August 2012 / Dr. Peter Harrop Chairman

The Top Priority For Fisker Is Quality And Customer Satisfaction

by Tom LaSorda from Fisker Automotive
Quality and customer satisfaction are the top priority for Fisker Automotive.With any new technology there will be a need for initial updates and refinements and we have demonstrated the ability to quickly resolve them on a case-by-case basis. In addition, Fisker´s 24 hour VIP contact centers, retail network with a proven customer service track record and our comprehensive vehicle warranty are all designed to give you, our customers, complete peace of…
23 March 2012 /

Electric Vehicle Technology Changes Brought Forward

by Dr. Peter Harrop from IDTech
With hybrid and pure electric vehicles, the future is arriving much sooner than predicted. This is a surprise to those looking only at electric cars where sales in 2011 were well behind plan. Though Japan saw 25% of new cars purchased being hybrid or, more rarely, pure electric, other countries were way behind. However, in 2012, the eagerly awaited plug-in hybrids - from forklifts to cars - are ceasing to be production limited: it is quickly being realised that…
21 February 2012 / Dr. Peter Harrop Chairman

The Death Of Lead Acid Batteries

In historical terms, the death of the flint tool, cooking by dung and other bygone technologies occurred very rapidly. This was because several factors conspired to bring in the better alternative and this created a multiplier effect. So it is with lead acid batteries. To this huge industry and the magazines that write about it, there is a long term, if unspectacular, future for the lead acid battery in vehicles - the main use. Conventional "reciprocaur" car sales are still increasing…
15 November 2011 / Dr. Peter Harrop Chairman
Los Pioneros

Industrial And Commercial Electric Vehicles - The Next Decade

This article shares some of the research carried out in producing the new IDTechEx report, "Industrial and Commercial Electric Vehicles 2012-2022". www.IDTechEx.com/ICEV.
Those selling components for electric vehicles and those wishing to make the vehicles themselves must seek where the majority of the money is spent and will be spent. That must lead them to industrial and commercial electric vehicles because today these represent 60% of the value of the electric vehicle market.…
14 October 2011 / Dr. Peter Harrop Chairman
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