BOSTON, May 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
In their report Energy Independent Electric Vehicles Land, Water, Air 2017-2037, IDTechEx reveals how energy independent electric vehicles (EIV) such as solar racers were a curiosity five years ago until a solar boat and plane went round the world. A solar plane is now being prepared that will rise from earth to 80,000 feet on sunshine alone. Entirely solar driven golf cars, small buses and passenger boats are on sale. Solar dirigibles for heavy lifting and long distance transport are being prepared for sale and this report reveals details of many solar cars demonstrated for mainstream use from 2020, sharing how and why they generate up to eight times as much electricity as predecessors.
Energy Independent Electric Vehicles Land, Water, Air 2017-2037 forecasts multi-billion dollar businesses being created that make the unprecedentedly efficient powertrains, multi-mode energy harvesting, lightweighting and streamlining required. IDTechEx shares how that includes new technology of regeneration including elimination of hot shock absorbers and disk brakes, electricity being produced instead. Learn how smart materials are planned - structural electronics replacing the components-in-a-box approach. The reinvented car, boat and plane awaits; easier to use, safer, greener, with lower cost of ownership and longer life. Previously impossible missions are identified and the boost to mobile robotics is revealed. This report gives you the opportunity to participate and invest before the rest. Here is the knowledge that gives you the power.
The report uses easily understood infograms, graphs and tables to present the discoveries and interpretation by globetrotting multi-lingual, PhD level analysts at IDTechEx. 47 categories of electric vehicle are forecast by number and value from 2017-2027. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com/eiv.
IDTechEx will be hosting the world's first conference on Energy Independent Electric Vehicles: Land, Water & Air in Delft, Netherlands. The event will embrace the commercial opportunity and technology roadmap. Partnering the event is TU Delft which has supported more record-breaking solar racers than anywhere on Earth and is also a leader in enabling technologies such as AWE, power electronics, 3D printing and wave power using dielectric elastomer generators. To find out more about this unique event visit http://www.IDTechEx.com/delft17.
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