Energy Harvesting/Regeneration for Electric Vehicles Market: Multiple Energy Sources in Single Vehicle Poised to Become Prevalent Trend

Harvesting energy and transforming it into electricity is an ancient practice. The regenerative braking in automotives utilizes that energy, which generally bleeds off as heat. For electric vehicles, the main focus on energy harvesting remains with enhanced methods to power up the prime traction drive and recharge the traction battery.


Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/03/2015 -- The electric vehicle industry is poised to disrupt the traditional approach to transportation. A latest report added to the repository of Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE), conducts a detailed assessment of the market for energy harvesting/regeneration for the EVs used for land, water and air transport. The report is titled 'Energy Harvesting/Regeneration for Electric Vehicles Land, Water & Air 2015-2025'. According to the report, the global EV industry will surpass a value of US$533 billion by the end of 2025. In view of this, it becomes important to also conduct a detailed analysis of the potential presented by harvested or regenerated energy for running EVs.

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The report notes that while some vehicles—including buses, cars and even military vehicles—harvest kinetic energy to regenerate it during activities such as braking, others use energy harvesting methods to even drive autonomous devices as the concept of the wireless vehicle becomes a commercial reality.

In some cases, energy harvesting is taking on entirely new forms for vehicles such as autonomous underwater vehicles. Also referred to as AUVs, these vehicles can remain at sea for years at a stretch, surfacing only to consume and store electricity from solar energy or tidal power.

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The exciting possibilities that currently exist in the energy harvesting regeneration market for electric vehicles have put several innovation projects in the fast lane. Multiple forms of energy harvesting embedded into one vehicle will likely be the most conspicuous trend, especially because this technique can be deployed in a myriad of vehicles ranging from superyatchs to cars.

The report on the energy harvesting/regeneration for electric vehicles begins with a broad analysis of the technical analysis and market overview of the current state of affairs. The market for energy harvesting in EVs – land, air, and water – features forecasts through 2025. The aim of the report is to render a clear picture of how, and when, widespread adoption of energy harvesting and regeneration for EVs will become a reality. To supplement its discussion on the subject, analysts provide numerous examples of practical applications of energy harvesting in EVs running on land, water, as well as air.

Charging stations are to EVs what fuel stations are to the conventional gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles. Thus, it becomes imperative that the report also conducts an assessment of the current scenario of charging stations. Where adoption forecasts are provided for the years between 2015 and 2025, analysts have also given sales forecasts for the different types of EVs. These sales forecasts have been offered in the form of unit value, numbers as well as market value.

The report also conducts a critical analysis of all technologies that currently prevail in the energy harvesting/regeneration market for electric vehicles – land, air, and water.

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