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2017: The "Important Year" For Wireless Charging In Electric Vehicles




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Report Summary:

Wireless charging has been claimed to be a key enabling technology for the adoption of electric vehicles.  The added convenience that it brings will provide consumers the confidence in charging their electric vehicles more frequently and negate some of their “range anxiety”.  This report looks at the progress that has been made to standardization and the technology’s reception by auto makers and Tier 1 vendors.  This report also includes a forecast for wireless charging system demand in light vehicles

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction
  2.1 Technology Principle
  2.2 Added Convenience

3. Key Players
  3.1 Bombardier PRIMOVE
  3.2 Evatran
  3.3 Fraunhofer IISB
  3.4 Hella-Vahle
  3.5 Inverto
  3.6 IPT Technology
  3.7 Momentum Dynamics
  3.8 Mojo Mobility
  3.9 Qualcomm HALO
  3.10 Siemens
  3.11 WiTricity

4. Forecast Assumptions
  4.1 Standardization Timeframe
  4.2 Earliest Implementation: 2017
  4.3 Early Years, 2017-2022
    4.3.1 Low Demand Growth
    4.3.2 Consumers’ Lack of Knowledge
    4.3.3 Initial High Cost
    4.3.4 Lack of Public Infrastructure
    4.3.5 Lack of Fleet Deployments
    4.3.6 Delay in High Power Systems
  4.4 Later Years, 2022 Onwards
    4.4.1 High Demand Growth
    4.4.2 Consumer Knowledge
    4.4.3 Lower Cost
    4.4.4 Public Infrastructure Deployment
    4.4.5 Future Fleet Deployments Boost Demand Further
    4.4.6 Dynamic Charging Possibility

5. Forecast
  5.1 Early Years, 2017-2022
    5.1.1 Optimistic Scenario
    5.1.2 Pessimistic Scenario
  5.2 Later Years, 2022 Onwards

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