Electric Bus Market: Global Outlook 2027 & Key Trends

Global Electric Public Transport Market size is expected to reach US $ 51.56 Bn by 2026, at a CAGR of 10.8% during the forecast period.

Electric Bus Market Overview:

Electric buses are buses which are powered by zero emission electricity source and whose propulsion and accessory systems are completely relied on electric sources. Onboard batteries, a hydrogen-fuel cell, overhead wires, such as in a trolleybus application, or ground-based non-contact conductors can all be used as electrical sources. Recharging capabilities can be added to any of these solutions using on-board technologies like regenerative braking and solar panels, as well as off-board chargers and storage battery banks. Electric bus market is expected to register CAGR of approximately 41.3% during the forecast period. Electric Bus MarketTo know about the Research Methodology :- Request Free Sample Report 2020 is considered as a base year to forecast the Market from 2021 to 2027. 2020’s Market size is estimated on real numbers and outputs of the key players and major players across the globe. Past five years trends are considered while forecasting the Market through 2027. 2020 is a year of exception and analyzed specially with the impact of lockdown by region.

Electric Bus Market Dynamics:

Increasing demand for low emission standards in public transport and fuel efficient and high performance buses for commercial and transit uses are the factors driving the demand for electric buses. Moreover, reduction in Lithium battery prices and increasing need by urban population for transit on day to day basis are considered as key factors driving the market growth. According to UN sustainability Index, globally, 600 thousand buses are running which is comprised of 16% of fleet and 38% of new sales. Moreover, E-bus sales are expected to reach approximately 84% sales rise in 2021 owing to net zero emission norms across EU and other regions. According to EV outlook 2021 by BloombergNEF, increasing demand for electric vehicles for passenger cars segment and increasing deployment of electric buses across various municipal areas in the world are considered to augment the growth of the industry during the forecast period. Furthermore, need for internal combustion engine alternatives and increasing government support for emission free road transportation are the factors driving the product demand. In June 2020, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) of the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) announced financing of USD 130 million for Low or No Emission. Electric buses is expected to revolutionise public transportation in the future years by improving air quality, reducing noise, and increasing fuel efficiency. Manufacturers have been forced to use electric technology since emission regulations in some nations have become more stringent. As of 2020, Asia Pacific leads the market for electric buses, owing to China's strong adoption of electric buses. Electric Bus Market Many governments have launched new schemes for mitigation of pollution with attractive incentives in order to facilitate the adoption of the electric buses for public transit. China and India, for example, are planning to offer zero-emission commercial buses in the near future. In 2017, the Indian government launched an incentive programme to encourage multimodal public transportation by awarding USD 16.2 million to cities with populations of more than one million people. Electric bus manufacturers are hampered by the high cost of developing electric buses and coaches, as well as related components such as batteries and monitoring systems (battery management systems, CAN bus modules). Infrastructure development costs for EVs are also very significant. Globally, around USD 2.8 trillion is required to create infrastructure. An electric vehicle's battery requires regular and rapid charging using specialized equipment such as electric chargers found only at EV charging stations. Several high-capacity charging stations will need to be installed. The cost of electricity is increased by the cost of the battery, charger, and charger installation. Electric Bus Market Low capacity of batteries for electric vehicles and lower service life of batteries are the key challenges considered to pose before the electric bus manufacturers across the globe. Moreover, though lithium ion batteries are high in efficiency but, they are certainly too low powered to drive the commercial vehicles with full efficiency. Besides, charging and discharging of the Li-ion batteries is the key factor hampering the demand for E-buses during the forecast period.

Electric Bus Market Segment Analysis:

On the basis of electrification type, electric bus market is bifurcated into battery powered bus and plug in hybrid buses. Battery operated buses is the dominating segment in the market with market share of 80% in year 2020. Electric buses for public transportation have been actively promoted by transit agencies in a number of nations. Due to ongoing e-bus purchase orders, Asia-Pacific and North America are expected to have the highest adoption rates of battery-electric buses during the projection period. For example, the city of Bodö in Norway ordered 31 electric Volvo buses in September 2020. There are 17 12-meter Volvo 7900 Electric buses and 14 high-capacity Volvo 7900 Electric Articulated buses among the 31 electric buses. These buses can accommodate up to 120 people. Electric buses are being introduced in a number of places. Based on battery, electric bus market is segmented into Lithium ion phosphate, lithium titanate and Nickel-Manganese-Cobalt batteries. Lithium ion batteries are dominating the market with 65% of market share in terms of volume. Factors attributing growth of the segment are high efficiency of Li-ion phosphate batteries and lower cost for servicing for the batteries. Many large towns and counties throughout the world have committed to converting their entire fleets to BEBs by future dates. Los Angeles County (by 2030), Seattle (King County, by 2040), San Francisco (by 2035), and New York City are among them. Most city transportation agencies, on the other hand, have only purchased a few BEBs to evaluate their reliability and compare them to traditional buses. According to the American Public Transportation Association (APTA), which represents all of the country's major public transportation organizations, the economics of BEBs are shifting, albeit the price point for individual buses remains a barrier to overcoming diesel or other vehicles. Based on bus type, market is segregated into light and medium buses. Light bus segment is dominating the market with CAGR of approximately 5.8%. Factors attributing growth of the segment are the public transportation fleet's huge number of electric passenger buses Electric buses with a length of 9–14 meters also called as light buses are used by the majority of public transportation fleets, especially in China, which accounts for about 99 percent of the market. Many market-leading OEMs, including BYD, Proterra, and Yutong, have also been producing electric buses in the 9-14 m length range. BYD offers the K8 and K9 electric buses, which are 9 to 14 metres long and have a range of 155 to 190 kilometers. It also has C8 and C9 transit vehicles with 125- and 155-mile ranges, respectively. Electric buses of the same length are being considered by countries planning to replace existing public fleets with electric buses.

Company Profiling:

1. AB VOLVO:

AB Volvo, based in Gothenburg, Sweden, was the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM) in the heavy-duty bus segment to stop producing diesel buses for its European customers in 2015. This was a significant shift given that it is the world's largest diesel bus maker. The Volvo 7900 Electric boasts a full rapid charge time of up to six minutes, battery storage configuration options, innovative pedestrian and bike detection technologies, and a single charge range of 124 miles, plus or minus. The company secured the largest single order for electric buses in Europe at the moment, a contract to deliver 157 electric articulated (think bendy) 7900 electric buses to its hometown of Gothenburg in late 2020. AB Volvo claims that the energy consumption of this bus, as well as others like it, is 80% less than that of ordinary 150-passenger diesel buses.

2. BYD:

China had roughly 98% of the world's electric buses deployed by 2020. In reality, due to Chinese-based e-bus providers like BYD, the Asia Pacific area is expected to continue to be the world's largest electric bus market for years to come. BYD, based in Shenzeng, Guangdong, has grown into one of the world’s largest and most established e-bus manufacturers in the last ten years. For the past three years, BYD has become the world's largest electric car producer, dethroning competitor Chinese-based OEM Yutong, which is also mentioned in this article. BYD has set significant sales records in important markets during the last five months. It earned the largest single order for pure-electric buses outside of China, with 246 buses going to Dutch global public transport company Keolis Nederland BV, and the largest order for pure-electric buses outside of China, with 1,002 electric buses going to Bogotá, Colombia. The 29.5-39-foot buses will be constructed in Colombia, showcasing BYD's well-known "localization strategy" of building crucial local economic development ties and creating jobs in order to boost sales.

Electric Bus Market Regional Insights:

Asia Pacific is the dominating regfion in the market with market share of approximately 99% thanks to China. China is the world's top maker and buyer of electric buses in Asia-Pacific. National sales targets, advantageous regulations, helpful subsidies, and local air-quality targets have all aided the country's domestic demand. During the forecast period, China may see continued growth in the adoption of electric buses, as more than 30 Chinese cities, including Guangzhou, Zhuhai, Dongguan, Foshan, and Zhongshan in the Pearl River Delta, as well as Nanjing, Hangzhou, Shaanxi, and Shandong, have made plans to achieve 100% electrified public transportation by the start of 2021. With the growing electrification of the Chinese market, major Chinese e-bus suppliers are expanding their market footprint outside of China. China's rapid progress in this area was likewise impressive. According to REN21 data, China has 111,000 electric buses in 2015, compared to 130 in Europe, but the growth to 505,000 in 2019 indicates a 355 percent increase. However, China's 'head start' and vastly superior grand total obscure the rate at which other regions have begun to expand their fleets. The growth in Europe from 130 to 4,500 is a staggering 3,362%. North America has increased by 567%, from 330 to 2,200, while India has increased by 789%, from 90 to 800. Despite the fact that the United States has less than 500 electric buses, analysts have witnessed American communities and institutions acquire fleets of electric buses for several years. California, as the most dynamic state on the subject, has established a new rule that many other states could follow. This is the Clean Transit Innovation Rule (ICTR). From 2023 onwards, 25% of new buses must be "zero emission." Then, in 2029, all orders from California transportation agencies will be fulfilled. California wants to convert all of its 12,000 city buses to electric by 2040. The arrival of the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles has bolstered this goal. There are already 2,200 buses in the city, with only a few hundred more on the way. The Netherlands is the best European country (100 percent electric). By the end of 2020, the country expects one out of every four buses to be electric. However, the shift has been happening in all European countries for several years. There are currently three 100 percent electric bus routes in London, out of a total of 8,000 vehicles. By 2037, the city intends to have a 100% electric fleet. Germany plans to purchase 3,000 electric buses in order to electrify the majority of the fleets in Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Munich. Europe continues to lag behind China. China will still have 99 percent of the world's electric buses in service in 2025. China is also the world's leading maker of electric buses: BYD, Ankai. In the South American region, the World Bank is involved in the development of clean transportation. It tries to create the optimal circumstances for development while taking into consideration each country's limits. But also by putting in place a support system. Chile is the first country to make electric buses available. Every day, 18 million trips are undertaken in the city of Santiago. Public transportation accounts for 30% of the total. This is why, by 2040, the capital plans to replace its entire fleet. Santiago now has 200 electric buses in service, serving a population of 6 million people. Transdev Chile also launched its first autonomous electric shuttle project in Chile in December 2019, with a capacity of 12 persons. Other Latin American countries, on the other hand, are experiencing a surge in public electric mobility. Indeed, Guayaquil, Ecuador's most populated city, launched a fleet of 20 electric buses in March 2019. Each day, 10,500 people will be transported by these 20 buses. Cali, Colombia, is nearing completion on the installation of 125 electric buses. And the city of Medellin is anticipating the arrival of its 64 electric buses, which were pre-ordered. By 2050, the Costa Riva, a renewable energy pioneer, plans to have a fleet of buses and electric taxis. Finally, national strategies exist in Argentina, Colombia, and Panama. The MOVE platform, in collaboration with the Euroclima + project and the United Nations Environment Programme, is supporting these plans. The objective of the report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the Electric Bus Market to the stakeholders in the industry. The past and current status of the industry with the forecasted Market size and trends are presented in the report with the analysis of complicated data in simple language. The report covers all the aspects of the industry with a dedicated study of key players that include Market leaders, followers, and new entrants. PORTER, PESTEL analysis with the potential impact of micro-economic factors of the Market have been presented in the report. External as well as internal factors that are supposed to affect the business positively or negatively have been analyzed, which will give a clear futuristic view of the industry to the decision-makers. The report also helps in understanding the Electric Bus Market dynamics, structure by analyzing the Market segments and project the Electric Bus Market size. Clear representation of competitive analysis of key players by Type, price, financial position, Type portfolio, growth strategies, and regional presence in the Electric Bus Market make the report investor’s guide.

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Global Electric Bus Market
Report Coverage Details
Base Year: 2020 Forecast Period: 2021-2027
Historical Data: 2016 to 2020 Market Size in 2020: US $ 600 Thousand units.
Forecast Period 2021 to 2027 CAGR: 41.3% Market Size in 2027: US $ 1150 Thousand units.
Segments Covered: by Electrification Type • Battery Electric Bus • Plug-in Hybrid Bus
by Bus Type • Light Bus • Medium Bus
by Component • Electric Motor • Batteries • Transmission System
by Battery • Lithium Iron Phosphate • Lithium Titanate • Nickel Manganese Cobalt
by Operation • Manual • Semi-autonomous • Autonomous

Electric Bus Market, by region

• North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • Middle East and Africa • South America

Electric Bus Market Key Players

BYD Company Ltd. • Yutong • New Flyer Industries Inc. • Proterra Inc. • Solaris Bus & Coach SA • Zhongtong Bus Holding Co., Ltd. • Shenzhen Wuzhoulong Motors Co., Ltd. • EBUSCO BV. • Dongfeng Automobile Co., Ltd • Alexander Dennis • King Long • FAW Group • AB Volvo • Daimler AG • TATA Motors • Ashok Leyland • Nova Bus • Foton Motor Inc.

FAQ’S:

1) What is the share of the Global Electric Bus Market in 2020? Answer: The Electric Bus Market was accounted for 600 thousand units in the year 2020. 2) Which battery segment is dominating the Electric Bus Market? Answer: Lithium ion batteries are dominating the market with 65% of market share in terms of volume. Factors attributing growth of the segment are high efficiency of Li-ion phosphate batteries and lower cost for servicing for the batteries. 3) What are the key players in the Electric Bus Market? Answer: BYD Company Ltd., Yutong,New Flyer Industries Inc., Proterra Inc., Solaris Bus & Coach SA, Zhongtong Bus Holding Co., Ltd., Shenzhen Wuzhoulong Motors Co., Ltd., EBUSCO BV., Dongfeng Automobile Co., Ltd, Alexander Dennis, King Long, FAW Group, AB Volvo, Daimler AG, TATA Motors, Ashok Leyland, Nova Bus, Foton Motor Inc. 4) Which factor acts as the driving factor for the growth of the Electric Bus Market? Answer: Increasing demand for low emission standards in public transport and fuel efficient and high performance buses for commercial and transit uses are the factors driving the demand for electric buses. 5) What factors are restraining the growth of the Electric Bus Market? Answer: Electric bus manufacturers are hampered by the high cost of developing electric buses and coaches, as well as related components such as batteries and monitoring systems (battery management systems, CAN bus modules).

Global Electric Bus Market

1. Preface 1.1. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.2. Research Highlights 1.3. Research Objectives 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 2.3.1.1. Secondary data 2.3.1.2. Secondary Sources 2.3.2. Primary Research 2.3.2.1. Data from Primary Sources 2.3.2.2. Breakdown of Primary Sources 3. Executive Summary: Global Electric Bus Market Size, by Market Value (US$ Bn) and Market Volume (Units) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Indicator 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.3. Porter’s Analysis 4.4. Value Chain Analysis 4.5. Market Risk Analysis 4.6. SWOT Analysis 4.7. Industry Trends and Emerging Technologies 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis and Forecast 6.1. Global Electric Bus Market Size & Y-o-Y Growth Analysis 6.1.1. North America 6.1.2. Europe 6.1.3. Asia Pacific 6.1.4. Middle East & Africa 6.1.5. South America 7. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis and Forecast, by Electrification Type 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Key Findings 7.3. Global Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Electrification Type 7.4. Global Electric Bus Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Electrification Type 7.5. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Electrification Type 7.6. Global Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Electrification Type 8. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis and Forecast, by Bus Type 8.1. Introduction and Definition 8.2. Key Findings 8.3. Global Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Bus Type 8.4. Global Electric Bus Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Bus Type 8.5. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Bus Type 8.6. Global Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Bus Type 9. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis and Forecast, by Component 9.1. Introduction and Definition 9.2. Key Findings 9.3. Global Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Component 9.4. Global Electric Bus Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Component 9.5. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Component 9.6. Global Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Component 10. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis and Forecast, by Battery 10.1. Introduction and Definition 10.2. Key Findings 10.3. Global Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Battery 10.4. Global Electric Bus Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Battery 10.5. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Battery 10.6. Global Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Battery 11. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis and Forecast, by Operation 11.1. Introduction and Definition 11.2. Key Findings 11.3. Global Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Operation 11.4. Global Electric Bus Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Operation 11.5. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Operation 11.6. Global Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Operation 12. Global Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Region 12.1. Global Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Region 12.2. Global Electric Bus Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Region 12.3. Global Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Region 13. North America Electric Bus Market Analysis 13.1. Key Findings 13.2. North America Electric Bus Market Overview 13.3. North America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Electrification Type 13.4. North America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 13.4.1. Battery Electric Bus 13.4.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 13.5. North America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Bus Type 13.6. North America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 13.6.1. Light Bus 13.6.2. Medium Bus 13.7. North America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Component 13.8. North America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 13.8.1. Electric Motor 13.8.2. Batteries 13.8.3. Transmission System 13.9. North America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Battery 13.10. North America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 13.10.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 13.10.2. Lithium Titanate 13.10.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 13.11. North America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Operation 13.12. North America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 13.12.1. Manual 13.12.2. Semi-autonomous 13.12.3. Autonomous 13.13. North America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 13.14. North America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Country 13.14.1. U.S. 13.14.2. Canada 13.15. North America Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Country 13.16. U.S. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 13.16.1. Battery Electric Bus 13.16.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 13.17. U.S. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 13.17.1. Light Bus 13.17.2. Medium Bus 13.18. U.S. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 13.18.1. Electric Motor 13.18.2. Batteries 13.18.3. Transmission System 13.19. U.S. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 13.19.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 13.19.2. Lithium Titanate 13.19.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 13.20. U.S. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 13.20.1. Manual 13.20.2. Semi-autonomous 13.20.3. Autonomous 13.21. Canada Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 13.21.1. Battery Electric Bus 13.21.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 13.22. Canada Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 13.22.1. Light Bus 13.22.2. Medium Bus 13.23. Canada Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 13.23.1. Electric Motor 13.23.2. Batteries 13.23.3. Transmission System 13.24. Canada Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 13.24.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 13.24.2. Lithium Titanate 13.24.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 13.25. Canada Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 13.25.1. Manual 13.25.2. Semi-autonomous 13.25.3. Autonomous 13.26. North America Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis 13.26.1. By Electrification Type 13.26.2. By Bus Type 13.26.3. By Component 13.26.4. By Battery 13.26.5. By Operation 13.27. PEST Analysis 13.28. Key Trends 13.29. Key Developments 14. Europe Electric Bus Market Analysis 14.1. Key Findings 14.2. Europe Electric Bus Market Overview 14.3. Europe Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Electrification Type 14.4. Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 14.4.1. Battery Electric Bus 14.4.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 14.5. Europe Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Bus Type 14.6. Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 14.6.1. Light Bus 14.6.2. Medium Bus 14.7. Europe Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Component 14.8. Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 14.8.1. Electric Motor 14.8.2. Batteries 14.8.3. Transmission System 14.9. Europe Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Battery 14.10. Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 14.10.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 14.10.2. Lithium Titanate 14.10.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 14.11. Europe Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Operation 14.12. Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 14.12.1. Manual 14.12.2. Semi-autonomous 14.12.3. Autonomous 14.13. Europe Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 14.14. Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Country 14.14.1. Germany 14.14.2. U.K. 14.14.3. France 14.14.4. Italy 14.14.5. Spain 14.14.6. Rest of Europe 14.15. Europe Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Country 14.16. Germany Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 14.16.1. Battery Electric Bus 14.16.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 14.17. Germany Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 14.17.1. Light Bus 14.17.2. Medium Bus 14.18. Germany Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 14.18.1. Electric Motor 14.18.2. Batteries 14.18.3. Transmission System 14.19. Germany Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 14.19.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 14.19.2. Lithium Titanate 14.19.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 14.20. Germany Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 14.20.1. Manual 14.20.2. Semi-autonomous 14.20.3. Autonomous 14.21. U.K. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 14.21.1. Battery Electric Bus 14.21.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 14.22. U.K. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 14.22.1. Light Bus 14.22.2. Medium Bus 14.23. U.K. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 14.23.1. Electric Motor 14.23.2. Batteries 14.23.3. Transmission System 14.24. U.K. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 14.24.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 14.24.2. Lithium Titanate 14.24.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 14.25. U.K. Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 14.25.1. Manual 14.25.2. Semi-autonomous 14.25.3. Autonomous 14.26. France Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 14.26.1. Battery Electric Bus 14.26.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 14.27. France Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 14.27.1. Light Bus 14.27.2. Medium Bus 14.28. France Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 14.28.1. Electric Motor 14.28.2. Batteries 14.28.3. Transmission System 14.29. France Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 14.29.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 14.29.2. Lithium Titanate 14.29.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 14.30. France Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 14.30.1. Manual 14.30.2. Semi-autonomous 14.30.3. Autonomous 14.31. Italy Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 14.31.1. Battery Electric Bus 14.31.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 14.32. Italy Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 14.32.1. Light Bus 14.32.2. Medium Bus 14.33. Italy Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 14.33.1. Electric Motor 14.33.2. Batteries 14.33.3. Transmission System 14.34. Italy Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 14.34.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 14.34.2. Lithium Titanate 14.34.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 14.35. Italy Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 14.35.1. Manual 14.35.2. Semi-autonomous 14.35.3. Autonomous 14.36. Spain Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 14.36.1. Battery Electric Bus 14.36.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 14.37. Spain Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 14.37.1. Light Bus 14.37.2. Medium Bus 14.38. Spain Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 14.38.1. Electric Motor 14.38.2. Batteries 14.38.3. Transmission System 14.39. Spain Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 14.39.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 14.39.2. Lithium Titanate 14.39.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 14.40. Spain Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 14.40.1. Manual 14.40.2. Semi-autonomous 14.40.3. Autonomous 14.41. Rest of Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 14.41.1. Battery Electric Bus 14.41.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 14.42. Rest of Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 14.42.1. Light Bus 14.42.2. Medium Bus 14.43. Rest of Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 14.43.1. Electric Motor 14.43.2. Batteries 14.43.3. Transmission System 14.44. Rest Of Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 14.44.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 14.44.2. Lithium Titanate 14.44.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 14.45. Rest Of Europe Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 14.45.1. Manual 14.45.2. Semi-autonomous 14.45.3. Autonomous 14.46. Europe Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis 14.46.1. By Electrification Type 14.46.2. By Bus Type 14.46.3. By Component 14.46.4. By Battery 14.46.5. By Operation 14.47. PEST Analysis 14.48. Key Trends 14.49. Key Developments 15. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Analysis 15.1. Key Findings 15.2. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Overview 15.3. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Electrification Type 15.4. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 15.4.1. Battery Electric Bus 15.4.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 15.5. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Bus Type 15.6. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 15.6.1. Light Bus 15.6.2. Medium Bus 15.7. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Component 15.8. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 15.8.1. Electric Motor 15.8.2. Batteries 15.8.3. Transmission System 15.9. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Battery 15.10. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 15.10.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 15.10.2. Lithium Titanate 15.10.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 15.11. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Operation 15.12. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 15.12.1. Manual 15.12.2. Semi-autonomous 15.12.3. Autonomous 15.13. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 15.14. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Country 15.14.1. China 15.14.2. India 15.14.3. Japan 15.14.4. ASEAN 15.14.5. Rest of Asia Pacific 15.15. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Country 15.16. China Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 15.16.1. Battery Electric Bus 15.16.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 15.17. China Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 15.17.1. Light Bus 15.17.2. Medium Bus 15.18. China Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 15.18.1. Electric Motor 15.18.2. Batteries 15.18.3. Transmission System 15.19. China Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 15.19.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 15.19.2. Lithium Titanate 15.19.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 15.20. China Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 15.20.1. Manual 15.20.2. Semi-autonomous 15.20.3. Autonomous 15.21. India Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 15.21.1. Battery Electric Bus 15.21.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 15.22. India Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 15.22.1. Light Bus 15.22.2. Medium Bus 15.23. India Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 15.23.1. Electric Motor 15.23.2. Batteries 15.23.3. Transmission System 15.24. India Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 15.24.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 15.24.2. Lithium Titanate 15.24.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 15.25. India Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 15.25.1. Manual 15.25.2. Semi-autonomous 15.25.3. Autonomous 15.26. Japan Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 15.26.1. Battery Electric Bus 15.26.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 15.27. Japan Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 15.27.1. Light Bus 15.27.2. Medium Bus 15.28. Japan Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 15.28.1. Electric Motor 15.28.2. Batteries 15.28.3. Transmission System 15.29. Japan Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 15.29.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 15.29.2. Lithium Titanate 15.29.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 15.30. Japan Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 15.30.1. Manual 15.30.2. Semi-autonomous 15.30.3. Autonomous 15.31. ASEAN Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 15.31.1. Battery Electric Bus 15.31.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 15.32. ASEAN Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 15.32.1. Light Bus 15.32.2. Medium Bus 15.33. ASEAN Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 15.33.1. Electric Motor 15.33.2. Batteries 15.33.3. Transmission System 15.34. ASEAN Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 15.34.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 15.34.2. Lithium Titanate 15.34.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 15.35. ASEAN Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 15.35.1. Manual 15.35.2. Semi-autonomous 15.35.3. Autonomous 15.36. Rest of Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 15.36.1. Battery Electric Bus 15.36.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 15.37. Rest of Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 15.37.1. Light Bus 15.37.2. Medium Bus 15.38. Rest of Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 15.38.1. Electric Motor 15.38.2. Batteries 15.38.3. Transmission System 15.39. Rest of Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 15.39.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 15.39.2. Lithium Titanate 15.39.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 15.40. Rest of Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 15.40.1. Manual 15.40.2. Semi-autonomous 15.40.3. Autonomous 15.41. Asia Pacific Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis 15.41.1. By Electrification Type 15.41.2. By Bus Type 15.41.3. By Component 15.41.4. By Battery 15.41.5. By Operation 15.42. PEST Analysis 15.43. Key Trends 15.44. Key Developments 16. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Analysis 16.1. Key Findings 16.2. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Overview 16.3. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Electrification Type 16.4. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 16.4.1. Battery Electric Bus 16.4.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 16.5. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Bus Type 16.6. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 16.6.1. Light Bus 16.6.2. Medium Bus 16.7. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Component 16.8. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 16.8.1. Electric Motor 16.8.2. Batteries 16.8.3. Transmission System 16.9. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Battery 16.10. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 16.10.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 16.10.2. Lithium Titanate 16.10.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 16.11. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Operation 16.12. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 16.12.1. Manual 16.12.2. Semi-autonomous 16.12.3. Autonomous 16.13. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 16.14. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Country 16.14.1. GCC 16.14.2. South Africa 16.14.3. Rest of Middle East & Africa 16.15. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Country 16.16. GCC Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 16.16.1. Battery Electric Bus 16.16.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 16.17. GCC Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 16.17.1. Light Bus 16.17.2. Medium Bus 16.18. GCC Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 16.18.1. Electric Motor 16.18.2. Batteries 16.18.3. Transmission System 16.19. GCC Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 16.19.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 16.19.2. Lithium Titanate 16.19.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 16.20. GCC Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 16.20.1. Manual 16.20.2. Semi-autonomous 16.20.3. Autonomous 16.21. South Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 16.21.1. Battery Electric Bus 16.21.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 16.22. South Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 16.22.1. Light Bus 16.22.2. Medium Bus 16.23. South Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 16.23.1. Electric Motor 16.23.2. Batteries 16.23.3. Transmission System 16.24. South Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 16.24.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 16.24.2. Lithium Titanate 16.24.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 16.25. South Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 16.25.1. Manual 16.25.2. Semi-autonomous 16.25.3. Autonomous 16.26. Rest of Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 16.26.1. Battery Electric Bus 16.26.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 16.27. Rest of Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 16.27.1. Light Bus 16.27.2. Medium Bus 16.28. Rest of Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 16.28.1. Electric Motor 16.28.2. Batteries 16.28.3. Transmission System 16.29. Rest of Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 16.29.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 16.29.2. Lithium Titanate 16.29.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 16.30. Rest of Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 16.30.1. Manual 16.30.2. Semi-autonomous 16.30.3. Autonomous 16.31. Middle East & Africa Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis 16.31.1. By Electrification Type 16.31.2. By Bus Type 16.31.3. By Component 16.31.4. By Battery 16.31.5. By Operation 16.32. PEST Analysis 16.33. Key Trends 16.34. Key Developments 17. South America Electric Bus Market Analysis 17.1. Key Findings 17.2. South America Electric Bus Market Overview 17.3. South America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Electrification Type 17.4. South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 17.4.1. Battery Electric Bus 17.4.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 17.5. South America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Bus Type 17.6. South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 17.6.1. Light Bus 17.6.2. Medium Bus 17.7. South America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Component 17.8. South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 17.8.1. Electric Motor 17.8.2. Batteries 17.8.3. Transmission System 17.9. South America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Battery 17.10. South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 17.10.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 17.10.2. Lithium Titanate 17.10.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 17.11. South America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Operation 17.12. South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 17.12.1. Manual 17.12.2. Semi-autonomous 17.12.3. Autonomous 17.13. South America Electric Bus Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 17.14. South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Country 17.14.1. Brazil 17.14.2. Mexico 17.14.3. Rest of South America 17.15. South America Electric Bus Market Analysis, by Country 17.16. Brazil Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 17.16.1. Battery Electric Bus 17.16.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 17.17. Brazil Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 17.17.1. Light Bus 17.17.2. Medium Bus 17.18. Brazil Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 17.18.1. Electric Motor 17.18.2. Batteries 17.18.3. Transmission System 17.19. Brazil Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 17.19.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 17.19.2. Lithium Titanate 17.19.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 17.20. Brazil Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 17.20.1. Manual 17.20.2. Semi-autonomous 17.20.3. Autonomous 17.21. Mexico Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 17.21.1. Battery Electric Bus 17.21.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 17.22. Mexico Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 17.22.1. Light Bus 17.22.2. Medium Bus 17.23. Mexico Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 17.23.1. Electric Motor 17.23.2. Batteries 17.23.3. Transmission System 17.24. Mexico Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 17.24.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 17.24.2. Lithium Titanate 17.24.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 17.25. Mexico Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 17.25.1. Manual 17.25.2. Semi-autonomous 17.25.3. Autonomous 17.26. Rest of South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Electrification Type 17.26.1. Battery Electric Bus 17.26.2. Plug-in Hybrid Bus 17.27. Rest of South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Bus Type 17.27.1. Light Bus 17.27.2. Medium Bus 17.28. Rest of South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Component 17.28.1. Electric Motor 17.28.2. Batteries 17.28.3. Transmission System 17.29. Rest of South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Battery 17.29.1. Lithium Iron Phosphate 17.29.2. Lithium Titanate 17.29.3. Nickel Manganese Cobalt 17.30. Rest of South America Electric Bus Market Forecast, by Operation 17.30.1. Manual 17.30.2. Semi-autonomous 17.30.3. Autonomous 17.31. South America Electric Bus Market Attractiveness Analysis 17.31.1. By Electrification Type 17.31.2. By Bus Type 17.31.3. By Component 17.31.4. By Battery 17.31.5. By Operation 17.32. PEST Analysis 17.33. Key Trends 17.34. Key Developments 18. Company Profiles 18.1. Market Share Analysis, by Company 18.2. Competition Matrix 18.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Applications and R&D investment 18.2.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 18.2.3. Market Consolidation 18.2.3.1. M&A by Regions, Investment and Applications 18.2.3.2. M&A Key Players, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 18.3. Company Profiles: Key Players 18.3.1. Mondi group 18.3.1.1. Company Overview 18.3.1.2. Financial Overview 18.3.1.3. Product Portfolio 18.3.1.4. Business Strategy 18.3.1.5. Recent Developments 18.3.1.6. Manufacturing Footprint 18.3.2. BYD Company Ltd. 18.3.3. Yutong 18.3.4. New Flyer Industries Inc. 18.3.5. Proterra Inc. 18.3.6. Solaris Bus & Coach SA 18.3.7. Zhongtong Bus Holding Co., Ltd. 18.3.8. Shenzhen Wuzhoulong Motors Co., Ltd. 18.3.9. EBUSCO BV. 18.3.10. Dongfeng Automobile Co., Ltd 18.3.11. Alexander Dennis 18.3.12. King Long 18.3.13. FAW Group 18.3.14. AB Volvo 18.3.15. Daimler AG 18.3.16. TATA Motors 18.3.17. Ashok Leyland 18.3.18. Nova Bus 18.3.19. Foton Motor Inc. 18.3.20. BYD Company Ltd. 18.3.21. Yutong 19. Primary Key Insights

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Report ID 23325
Category Automotive and Transportation
Published Date Jan 2019
Updated Date Oct 2021
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