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This 284 page report provides a detailed study on the Hybrid Electric Light Vehicles sector examining market drivers, types of hybrid, market challenges along with market dynamics and forecasts.

Furthermore, the report examines enabling technologies and looks at OEM strategies as well as including profiles of 22 key suppliers within this sector.

Background to this research
During the past two to three years the hybrid powertrain has to all intents and purposes become part of the mainstream. Where even five years ago there were some lingering doubts that hybrid vehicle might be something of a side show because strong technical performance from high performance diesel engines, together with downsizing and turbocharging, seemed to be able to deliver the fuel economy benefits in a more effective manner both for the OEM and the consumer.

However, not only is hybridisation here to stay as part of most OEMs’ mainstream offerings, there have been large gains in technology performance and relative cost benefits, as OEMs and suppliers have devoted significant resources to bringing the on-cost of a hybrid powertrain down whilst improving performance.

Introduction
History
Powertrain choices
The growing frequency of patent filings

Types of hybrid
Series
Parallel
Series/parallel
Full
Mild or assist
Plug-in
Hydraulic
Kinetic
Pneumatic

Market drivers
Emissions standards
Europe
The United States
Japan
China
Other countries
Incentives and government policy
Europe
North America
Japan
China
The global oil supply
Fuel prices
Consumer preferences
United States
United Kingdom
China

Market challenges
Price
Competition from other technologies
Diesels
Stop-start technology
Recharging infrastructure for plug-in hybrids
Electricity grid issues
‘Smart’ grids and frequency regulation
Standards
Environmental performance of plug-in hybrids
Resource supply
Lithium
Rare earth elements

Market dynamics and forecasts
Development of the plug-in hybrid market
New business models for OEMs, grid companies and suppliers
Market forecasts
North America
Europe
Japan
China
Global plug-in hybrid demand

Enabling technologies
Batteries and energy storage
Energy and power density
Cycle life
Technology cost
Safety
Cell components and construction
Lithium battery chemistries
Other battery chemistries
Super-capacitors and ultra-capacitors
Energy storage membrane
Electric motors
Direct-current (DC) Motors
Asynchronous alternating-current (AC) motors
Synchronous AC motors
Switched reluctance motors
Axial-Flux Motors
Integrated starter-generators (ISG)
Belt-driven alternator-starters (BAS)
Transmissions
One-Mode and two-mode Hybrids
Antonov
FEV
Fiat Powertrain
Getrag
IAV
Jatco
Wrightspeed
ZF
Regenerative braking
Electric ancillaries
Electronic components
Supplier systems
Aftermarket plug-in hybrid conversions

OEM strategies
BMW
Daimler
Ford
General Motors
Honda
Hyundai/Kia
Nissan
Porsche
Proton
PSA Peugeot Citroën
Renault
Toyota
Volkswagen
Audi
Other OEMs
Appendix 1 – Plug-in hybrid vehicle availability
Appendix 2 – US laws, regulations and incentives

Supplier Profiles
Aisin AW
Allison Transmissions
Azure Dynamics
Bosch
Cobasys
Continental
Denso
Hitachi
JATCO
Johnson Controls
Keihin
Maxwell Technologies
NessCap
Saft
Sanyo
Sumitomo Wiring
TDK
Toyota Industries
UQM Technologies
Visteon
Yazaki
ZF

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Hybrid Electric Light Vehicles Report – 2012 Edition

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