(EnergyIndustry.Net, March 13, 2018 ) An e-bike, commonly known as an electric bicycle, is a bike that has an electric motor aligned to the pedals of the bicycle, which supplies the differential force required for the forward movement of the bicycle. Earlier, e-bikes were bulky because of the use of lead-acid batteries; however, with the use of nickel-metal hydride, nickel-cadmium cell, or lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries in newer models, the weight of e-bikes has reduced significantly.
Publisher's analysts forecast the global e-bike market to grow at a CAGR of 6% during the period 2017-2021.
Governments of several countries around the world have passed laws that encourage the adoption of green technologies such as electric buses and e-bikes. For example, China’s government has adopted a law to support e-bike users and manufacturers. E-bikes are very effective in reducing the emission of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. It also helps in reducing noise pollution and other types of environmental pollution.
Market driver - Increased concern regarding health and environment among consumers.
Market challenge - Mandatory registration negatively impacting the sales of e-bikes.
Market trend - Implementation of battery management systems.
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PART 01: Executive summary PART 02: Scope of the report PART 03: Market research methodology PART 04: Introduction PART 05: Global construction market PART 06: Market drivers PART 07: Market trends PART 08: Global AEC market PART 09: Market segmentation by product PART 10: Geographical segmentation PART 11: Market challenges PART 12: Impact of drivers and challenges PART 13: Five forces model PART 14: Key vendor analysis PART 15: Key vendor profiles