Market Analysis Mobility Sector

The transport market is currently in a state of upheaval. While conventional drive systems are increasingly being criticised for their environmental impact, electric vehicles with ever greater ranges are entering the market. In order to achieve the climate protection goals, the share of alternative drive concepts will continue to increase until 2050. enervis offers you the possibility to forecast developments until 2050 with the transport market model in order to identify and successfully design future business models in the power and gas market. Face the challenges of the future transport market.

The transport market model is based on a regional depiction of the German vehicle inventory and develops it further into the future, taking economic and ecological parameters into account:
• Distribution of the vehicle inventory for individual mobility and freight transport
• Conventional and alternative drive types
• Type-specific vehicle density
• High-resolution mileage (region, gender, age, vehicle type)
• Extensive vehicle database (price, consumption, weight, age, pollutant class, operating costs, etc.)

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