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External Factors Pressurising the EU for Passenger Car CO2 Reduction – Research and Markets

May 23, 2016
By Business Wire News


Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “External Factors Pressurise the EU for Passenger Car CO2 Reduction” report to their offering.

This market insight focuses on the various aspects that pressurise European original equipment manufacturers to comply with the stringent emission regulations. Upcoming Mega Trends, legislative norms, emission norms, urbanisation, smart city projects, and smart mobility solutions drive the need to adopt emission-free technologies.

United Kingdom:

– A ULEZ will be located in Central London, among existing congestion charge zones

– Nediesel taxis will be banned from January 2018

– Taxis should not emit more than 50g/km from 2018


– Germany prioritises dependency on renewable energy for the future

– German automakers and ACEA seek a 5-year delay in the implementation of CO2 targets.

Czech Republic / Slovakia:

– Worsening air quality levels signal the chances of a wider LEZ network.

– EV incentive schemes are in place; however, no updates are available on their scope being widened.

Key Topics Covered:

1. European Emission Legislation and Emission-free Zone

– Emission Norms across the Globe

– Emission Regulation Roadmap

– Emissions Risk-level Mapping- Europe, 2015-16 Scenario

– Emissions Risk-level Mapping- Europe, 2020 Outlook

– Emission Control Strategies- Country-level Impact Analysis 2020

– London Emission Scenario- The ULEZ Update

– Europe – Incentives and Tax Incentives for EVs

2. Adoption of Smart City Projects

– Definition of Smart Cities

– Key Parameters that will Define a Smart City in 2020

– Global Smart Cities in 2025

– Smart Cities in Europe

3. Impact of Urbanisation

– Main Trends in Urbanisation

– Global Urban Population – Top 10 Regions

– Key Urbanisation Facts

– Mega Cities in 2025

– Business Models for Developing Mega Cities

– Revenue Model

– Macro-to-Micro Implications of Urbanisation

– Mega Cities – Europe

– Mega Regions – Europe

– Mega Corridors – Europe

– The corridor will connect 125 Million people in Western Europe and have the greatest transportation volume in Europe in 2020.

– Snapshot of Urban Opportunities

4. Impact of Urbanisation on Mobility

– Urbanisation will Create Future Innovation in Mobility

– Multi-modal Commuting

– Impact of Urbanisation on Mobility – Mobility Integrators (MIs) Business Model

– Car-sharing Opportunities to 2020

– Expansion of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) System

– Supply Chain

– City as a Customer- Mobility Integration

– Case Study – Siemens Complete Mobility

– Potential Mobility Integrators – Europe

5. Conclusion

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