Power Electronics for Electric & Hybrid Electric Vehicles 2020

Yole Développement

Stronger vehicle electrification means more power electronics content, resulting in a reshaping of the supply chain.

What’s new

  • Analysis of the different OEMs’ strategies to reach governmental CO2 emissions reduction targets
  • Insight into electric vehicle (EV) and hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) architectures, and their impact

 

Key features of the report

  • 2018 – 2024 market metrics and forecasts for each EV type, from vehicle sales and power converter market, up to power devices
  • Deep analysis of technology trends and roadmaps (modular platforms, system integration, 800V battery, 48V vehicles, fuel-cell EVs, and EV charging)
  • Detailed discussion regarding WBG adoption
  • Detailed supply chain analysis and evolution trends, plus new business opportunities
  • Focus on China’s EV/HEV ecosystem and its evolution

 

Objectives of the report

  • Provide an overview of the main global drivers for vehicle electrification, as well as drivers for each vehicle electrification approach
  • Furnish an analysis of each vehicle electrification approach, along with forecasts for vehicles and systems
  • Identify the key technology trends that will influence future power electronics system and component choices
  • Produce an overview of the EV/HEV supply chain, focusing on power module suppliers, system makers (Tier1s), and vehicle manufacturers (OEMs)
  • Analyze the changes in business models, synergies with other EV/ HEV business segments, and other applications beyond EV/HEV

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