EIVs – Energy Independent Vehicles Market Growth and Forecast 2016-26
ALBANY, New York, September 14, 2015 – ResearchMoz.us has announced the addition of a new report, titled “Energy Independent Vehicles 2016-2026”. According to this report, the global energy independent vehicles market will witness significant growth in the coming few years, as electric energy independent vehicles (EIVs) will gain immense importance in the coming few years. EIVs will gain importance even in remote regions in the Third World as their efficiency grows.
The report states that a multibillion-dollar industry is waiting for the firms and individuals that are involved in building boasts, land vehicles, aircrafts, and energy harvesting systems. According to the report, the electric vehicles market is expected to be worth US$500 bn by 2026 and continue to prosper thereafter as well.
The report predicts that the electric energy independent vehicles (EIVs) will be purely electric and not hybrid. EIVs will not even be hybrid vehicles that use a fuel cell range extender, which is the only form of zero-pollution range extender at point of use. Valuable contributions to motive power will be sourced from energy harvesting when the vehicle is not in use, for instance, through mini wind turbines and solar panels on the vehicles.
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Similarly, charging the EIV boat battery will be achieved at sea and done using on-board solar, wave and tidal, wind power devices. Furthermore, autonomous underwater vehicles (AUS) will surface to gather electricity through wave and solar energy.
This rising importance of energy independent vehicles can be attributed to the fact that the buying and delivering of fuel will become a thing of the past soon, eliminating a major source of global and local pollution. At present, advanced vehicles deploy torque blending to combine regenerative braking with friction braking in order to maximize energy obtained from the vehicle’s kinetic energy. The technology of electric energy independent vehicles is projected to become one of the megatrends of this century. EIVs will generate electricity using ambient energy sources. Some of the prominent forms of these ambient energies are light, waves, wind, and tide. Furthermore, EIVs will also be able to store this energy till the need for the energy arises.
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According to the report, electric energy independent vehicles (EIVs) technology will be deployed to make energy independent airships, energy independent underwater vessels, and fixed wing plants. At present, many projects are focused on designing such vehicles for inspection and surveillance purposes. At present, land and water vehicles are pushing for more speed. In addition to this, technologies are being explored that allow carrying more people or higher amount of cargo.
The report on the global energy independent vehicles market offers detailed profile analysis of companies that are involved in developing energy autonomous vehicles on land vehicles, boat and ships, and aircraft. Some of these companies and their products mentioned in the report are Immortus car (Australia), Venturi Eclectic car (France), Seaswarm oil slick gathering robot (USA), Falmouth Scientific Inc. (USA), SolarLab tourist boats (Germany), Solar Ship inflatable aircraft (Canada), Turtle Airships (Spain), and Sunrise Solar airship (Turkey).
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