Top Players driving the Wireless Car Charging Market 2019: Qualcomm Technologies, Inc …

This report rigorously investigates the potential of the Wireless Car Charging Market in conjunction with primary market challenges. The report on …

This report rigorously investigates the potential of the Wireless Car Charging Market in conjunction with primary market challenges.

The report on “Wireless Car Charging ” is a professional report which provides thorough knowledge along with complete information pertaining to the Wireless Car Charging industry which propose classification, applications, industry chain summary and policies in addition to plans, product specifications, manufacturing processes, and cost structures, among others.

The present market condition and future prospects of the segment has also been examined.

Moreover, key strategies in the market that includes product developments, partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, etc., are discussed.

Besides, upstream raw materials and equipment and downstream demand analysis is also conducted.

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The report present’s the market analysis and projection of “Wireless Car Charging ” on a regional as well as global level. The report constitutes qualitative and quantitative valuation by industry analysts, first-hand data, assistance from industry experts along with their most recent verbatim and each industry manufacturers via the market value chain.

This report focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., Evatran, LLC (Plugless Power), WiTricity Corporation, Momentum Dynamics Corp., Toshiba Corporation, Mojo Mobility, Inc., HEVO, Inc., Bombardier Inc, TDK Corporation, Denso Corporation, ZTE Corporation

By Base Station

Static, Dynamic

By Type of Car

Electric, Hybrid

By Technology

Inductive Charging, Hybrid-Inductive Resonance

The fact that this market report renders details about the major market players along with their product development and current trends proves to be very beneficial for fresh entrants to comprehend and recognize the industry in an improved manner. The report also enlightens the productions, sales, supply, market condition, demand, growth, and forecast of the Wireless Car Charging industry in the global markets.

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Every region’s market has been studied thoroughly in this report which deals with the precise information pertaining to the Marketing Channels and novel project investments so that the new entrants as well as the established market players conduct intricate research of trends and analysis in these regional markets. Acknowledging the status of the environment and product’s up gradation, the market report foretells each and every detail.

Review of the chapters evaluating the global Wireless Car Charging market in detail:

Chapter 1 provides an in-depth analysis of the Wireless Car Charging introduction, covering the scope of the product, review growth potentials, risks associated with the product, driving forces of the market, etc.

Chapter 2 enlists the leading providers of the Wireless Car Charging Market by sales, revenue etc. throughout the forecast period.

Chapter 3 provides the competitive scenario of the leading pioneers on the basis of sales, revenue, market share etc. over the coming years.

Chapter 4 segments the global market by geography and their market share, sales, revenue etc. for the period 2019 to 2024.

Chapters 5 to 9 assesses the regions with Wireless Car Charging countries based on market share, revenue, sales etc.

Chapter 10 and 11 provides a brief of the market segments such as the types, applications, sales, market share, growth rate etc. for forecast period.

Chapter 12 focuses on the market forecast for the entire time frame for the Wireless Car Charging Market by regions, type and application, sales, and revenue.

Chapter 13 to 15 provides subtle details regarding the sales channels, distributors, traders, dealers, as well as research findings, research findings, and conclusion etc. for the Wireless Car Charging Market.

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In the end, the report covers the precisely studied and evaluated data of the global market players and their scope in the market using a number of analytical tools. The analytical tools such as investment return analysis, SWOT analysis, and feasibility study are used to analyze the key global market player’s growth in the Wireless Car Charging industry.

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Renewables growing rapidly, but still well short of Paris climate goals

We need widespread policy supporting emerging technologies, and continuing the support in the build-up phase to accelerate the energy transition.”.
  • COLORADO CITY, TX - JANUARY 21: Wind turbines are viewed at a wind farm on January 21, 2016 in Colorado City, Texas. Wind power accounted for 8.3 percent of the electricity generated in Texas during 2013. Texas, which in just the last five years has tripled its oil production and delivered hundreds of billions of dollars into the economy, is looking at what could be a sustained downturn in oil prices. Oil, which has now fallen to under $30 a barrel, has forced many oil companies to let go of workers and to abandon future projects. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Photo: Spencer Platt, Staff / Getty Images / Internal

    COLORADO CITY, TX – JANUARY 21: Wind turbines are viewed at a wind farm on January 21, 2016 in Colorado City, Texas. Wind power accounted for 8.3 percent of the electricity generated in Texas during 2013. Texas, which in just the last five years has tripled its oil production and delivered hundreds of billions of dollars into the economy, is looking at what could be a sustained downturn in oil prices. Oil, which has now fallen to under $30 a barrel, has forced many oil companies to let go of workers and to abandon future projects. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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COLORADO CITY, TX – JANUARY 21: Wind turbines are viewed at a wind farm on January 21, 2016 in Colorado City, Texas. Wind power accounted for 8.3 percent of the electricity generated in Texas during 2013. Texas, which in just the last five years has tripled its oil production and delivered hundreds of billions of dollars into the economy, is looking at what could be a sustained downturn in oil prices. Oil, which has now fallen to under $30 a barrel, has forced many oil companies to let go of workers and to abandon future projects. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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Nearly half of global energy needs will be met by renewable power by 2050, but the world is still falling well short of the progress needed to meet the Paris climate accord goals to prevent excessive global warming, according to a new report.

Falling technology costs and market influences are driving the change, but much more public policy intervention is needed from governments throughout the world to avoid greater climate change, according to the annual Energy Transition Outlook report from Norway-based energy consulting and services firm DNV GL.

The 2015 Paris agreement aims to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2100, but the world is currently on track for temperatures to rise an average of 2.4 degrees Celsius, DNV GL contends.

Global emissions should peak in 2025 – still rising for another five years or so – and crude oil demand should plateau in the mid-2020s and then fall sharply after 2030, the report contends. As renewables grow, natural gas will remain the biggest single source of energy for years to come.

“Existing technology can deliver the future we desire – including meeting the 1.5 degree Celsius target set out in the Paris agreement,” said DNV GL Chief Executive Remi Eriksen. “So far, support for the energy transition has been too sporadic. We need widespread policy supporting emerging technologies, and continuing the support in the build-up phase to accelerate the energy transition.”

For example, Germany, Japan and China have actively supported their solar industries, while government support for electric vehicles in Norway and China have spurred their rise. More direct government intervention is required, Eriksen argued.

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If anything, the United States is moving backwards, as the Trump administration has pulled out of the Paris accord and is now working to roll back regulations on methane emissions, endangered species, federal lands and more.

The overall key is an accelerated global transition toward electrification – from electric cars to a renewable power grid. By 2050, 40 percent of energy demand is expected to be met by electricity, up from about 20 percent now. Rising wind and solar power will drive the evolution.

By 2032, half of new car sales globally will be electric, although the United States is projected to lag behind for some time. Despite a 75 percent expansion of the global vehicle fleet by 2050, road transportation will use less energy in 2050 than it does today, the report contends.

Global energy demand should peak in 2030 and then fall because of improving efficiencies.

The technology exists to meet the Paris target, the report found, but policies must be put in place that promote greater energy efficiency, more renewables and industrial-scale carbon capture and storage from power plants and industry.

These actions include $1.5 trillion of annual global investment in expanding and reinforcing energy grids, an 8-fold increase in renewable energy production by 2030, and a 50-fold increase in battery manufacturing for the 50 million electric vehicles needed per year, also by 2030.

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MAD Architects Designs Pylon Infrastructure for HyperloopTT

MAD Architects have designed a new pylon infrastructure with Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HyperloopTT). Created as an elevated rapid …


MAD Architects Designs Pylon Infrastructure for HyperloopTT, Courtesy of MAD Architects, HyperloopTT

Courtesy of MAD Architects, HyperloopTT

MAD Architects have designed a new pylon infrastructure with Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HyperloopTT). Created as an elevated rapid transport system, the project is made to demonstrate how the artificial can merge with nature through a new urban infrastructure. MAD’s proposal aims to rethink the future of travel and reshape the way we plan and use public space.

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Courtesy of MAD Architects, HyperloopTT

Designed to enhance connectivity between cities and people, the transportation system will also establish a renewed connection between people and the city through car-free raised green walkways along the roof of the tunnels. The scheme aims to activate spaces below in the form of parks and recreation areas. Since 2013, HyperloopTT has been focusing on developing solutions for major urban problems: overcrowding, traffic congestion, and pollution. By designing a low-pressure, high-speed sustainable tube-based transportation, the company aspires to connect people and cities that are distances apart at hyper-speed.

Courtesy of MAD Architects, HyperloopTT

Courtesy of MAD Architects, HyperloopTT

MAD was commissioned by HyperloopTT to conceive a versatile pylon design that while acting as structural support for its transportation system. The pylon needed to be easily integrated across diverse environments – from a city center to rural farmland to the remote desert. MAD’s scheme harnesses solar and wind energies to power the HyperloopTT system. The transportation tunnels are outfitted with bendable solar panel skin modules that are used to power the Hyperloop itself, along with LEDs installed along its surface that function as interactive information boards. Bladeless wind turbine forests positioned at certain sections of the HyperloopTT system will harness the vorticity of the wind, creating a main source of power for the transportation network, lowering overall energy costs.

Courtesy of MAD Architects, HyperloopTT

Courtesy of MAD Architects, HyperloopTT

Courtesy of MAD Architects, HyperloopTT

Courtesy of MAD Architects, HyperloopTT

As MAD explains, the pylon design minimizes the system’s physical footprint by lifting its functions almost 7 meters aboveground. The move was made to eliminate the possibility of collision with road traffic, which in turn decreases the cost of land acquisition. It is composed of a single-mold fiber glass structure. At the same time, sustainability is further emphasized through urban farming opportunities. The base of each pylon is conceived to host crop-growing facilities that encourage urban farming. The energy sourced from the solar-powered LEDs allows the plants to be self-sustainable, forming an organic infrastructure.

HyperloopTT has revealed a full-scale 320m passenger system in Toulouse, France, that is currently in the process of integrating its full-scale passenger capsule for human trials in 2020.

HyperloopTT Design Team:

Ma Yansong, Dang Qun, Yosuke Hayano, Dixon Lu, Matthew Pugh, Wang Tao, Chris Nolop, Nathan Kiatkulpiboone

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Market Study on Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) – Rising Deployment of Smart Grid …

Among the various technologies, ZigBee over the past few years has emerged as the most attractive segment in the home energy management …

Growing number of players are capitalizing on avenues emerging due to the integration of home energy management systems (HEMS) with smart grid technologies. Several companies in the global home energy management systems market are tapping into substantial revenue streams to bolster their positions, finds Transparency Market Research (TMR). Developed markets also offer incumbent and new entrants vast lucrative avenues, and are supported by favorable carbon tax policies. A large number of prominent companies in the global home energy management systems market are domiciled in the U.S.

Key players operating in the global home energy management systems market include Panasonic Corporation, General Electric Company, Intel Corporation, Cisco Systems, Inc., and Honeywell International, Inc.

The global home energy management systems market is expected to register a promising CAGR of 25.0% during 2013–2019. Expanding at this growth rate, the global market will reach a revenue worth of US$1.91 Bn by the end of 2019.

Among the various technologies, ZigBee over the past few years has emerged as the most attractive segment in the home energy management systems market. This is attributed to the vast rate of its deployment in HEMS, and substantial advancements relating to quality and scalability features in recent years.

Among the various key regions, North America was expected to hold the sway in the global home energy management systems market over the assessment period. The growth in the regional market was driven by the extensive uptake of technologies that reduce energy usage in the residential sector. The demand for home energy management systems was substantial in countries such as the U.S. and Canada.

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Adoption of Technologies for Optimizing Home Energy Consumption bolsters Growth

The global home energy management systems market has been driven on the back of rising demand for technologies among customers for improving their home energy consumption. The need is fueled by rising concerns related to global warming. Increasing uptake of smart grid infrastructure and smart metering systems that could improve grid operation substantially is a crucial trend underlying the evolution of the market. The ever rising demand for electricity in various regions across the world is a key trend propelling the growth of the home energy management systems market.

Rapid emergence of smart grids in several countries has greatly benefitted the demand for home energy management systems. These systems take into account a wide range of factors that include environmental concerns, individual load profiles, and energy costs to identify optimal consumption schedules for homes. The drive for automating energy usage in household through home energy management systems stems from the need for monitoring the energy usage and production.

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Rising Deployment of Renewable Energy Production Technologies unlocks Vast Prospects

Rising deployment of solar panels and the integration of renewable energy with conventional sources have reflected well on the uptake of home energy management systems. The use of photovoltaics and wind generators in electricity network is case in point.

The global home energy management systems market has been benefitting from a variable electricity pricing regimes prevalent in different countries and regions. The deployment of home energy management systems is also witnessing attractive push from improvements made in connectivity technologies such as in ZigBee. In addition, the rising use of smartphones in home energy management systems is also boosting the home energy management systems market. Furthermore, constant improvements made in apps and other software used in a HEMS is catalyzing new prospects in the market.

The information presented in this review is based on a TMR report, titled “Home Energy Management Systems Market (Functionalities – Control Devices, User Interface, and Enabling Technologies; Technology – Wi-Fi, ZigBee, HomePlug, Z-Wave, Insteon, Wavenis, Enocean, and Ethernet) – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013–2019”.

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New technologies are undoubtedly helping to make wind and solar power more attractive. But Texas is learning that the transition from baseload …

In recent years, Texas has become a bellwether for advances in wind turbines and renewable energy. The wide-open, breezy Texas panhandle offers some of the best wind resources in the country. But some surprising shortfalls are emerging in Texas’ electricity production – and that could prove instructive for other states that are looking to ramp up their reliance on renewable power.

New technologies are undoubtedly helping to make wind and solar power more attractive. But Texas is learning that the transition from baseload power plants to weather-dependent renewables brings unintended consequences – including new costs and complexities that pose challenges for reliability.

In recent years, Texas jumped head-first into the large-scale deployment of wind turbines. And as this subsidized wind generation came online, coal plants found they could no longer compete in the region’s electricity market. These were coal plants that had long anchored the state’s energy portfolio. Now Texas is finding that the loss of this coal capacity, along with a greater reliance on wind power, is leading to power shortages. The problem is that these new wind systems are entirely dependent on favorable weather conditions.

On Aug. 12, a heat wave drove electricity demand in Texas to an all-time high. Electricity prices across the Texas power grid surged 36,000 percent, to roughly $6,537 per megawatt-hour – far higher than the average Texas price of $20 to $30 per megawatt-hour. Not only did electricity demand climb enormously as Texans cranked their air conditioners in 100-degree weather, but electricity generation at Texas wind farms simultaneously fell 50 percent due to lack of wind in the hot, listless air.

Things actually got worse the next day, when temperatures in Dallas climbed past 103 degrees. Available power reserves dwindled to just 2,121 megawatts – a safety margin of less than 3 percent.

With the electricity market in Texas shifting from baseload coal plants to renewables, 20 percent of the state’s power in 2019 is expected to come from wind. It’s now a guessing game of whether or not there will be enough electricity when consumers need it the most. Wind sources are unpredictable, and with greater reliance on weather-dependent power, regulators in Texas and other states need to make sure markets are adequately valuing power plants that support grid reliability. It’s a situation one industry analyst described as “designed to play chicken with blackouts.”

As states look to incorporate more renewable energy, they should consider the importance of a balanced, diverse mix of energy sources. They shouldn’t need a crisis, or unexpected outage, to start focusing on reliable electricity production.

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