In the modern age, increasing global awareness of the need to minimise pollution, curb worsening climate change and reduce dependence on oil and petroleum products has begun to fundamentally change the outlook of several key industries such as utility, manufacturing – and mobility.
With this report we want to give you an insight of recent and future developments in the E-Mobility sector. The e-mobility sector can be divided into two main segments:
The largest driver of the e-mobility sector continues to be car manufacturers, with a strong backing by governmental bodies globally, who mostly see e-mobility as part of the solution to reduce global warming. While public sponsorship and financial incentives set by national governments vary country to country, three main cornerstones can be identified as:
Utilities will play an important role in the provision of infrastructure, and in addition to power management, will likely look to provide the following services to enhance their market position:
Space providers are the largest supplier of public charging stations, with:
Electronic Vehicles can be divided into four main subgroups bases on their powertrains
With the market still being in an early stage, the main focus of most car manufacturers remains to be research and development, with:
Batteries are going to be a key driver of future production, with an emphasis on lowering the cost, and increasing the performance. However, the mass consumer remains relatively hesitant to purchase an EV, with decreased convenience, and cost and risk of adoption being major factors.
Austria’s regulatory incentive landscape is currently very fragmented. There are only a few approaches which cover all nine federal states. Listed are the top three incentives, which are valid in all federal states of Austria:
Certain Austrian federal states provide individual tax and fee incentives depending on various circumstances.
If you are interested in knowing more about the situation in Austria, the global comparison of Incentives and the regulations we highly recommend you to download our free report on E-Mobility.