EV Motors Monthly Assessment
The assessment provides monthly news, analysis and updates of motor technology demand across EV vehicle classes and regionally.Request demo
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Using our EV sales database the assessment provides analysis of the number and type of electric motors installed in all EV models. It includes:
- Monthly EV sales by region from January 2018 to present
- Number of motors deployed by technology type
- Average power by vehicle class
- GW deployment of EV motors
- Technology spotlight on new and important developments
The EV Motors Monthly Assessment is an invaluable tool to track the development of the motors technology being used today. The various technologies place different strains on upstream material demand – especially rare earth metals and copper. Understanding the use case and implementation of technologies which vary in raw material demand will give crucial insight to a number of markets set to develop drastically in the coming years.
The report also gives monthly updates about technologies on the cusp of becoming mainstream, as pressures on the supply chain grow and the spectrum of electric vehicles diversifies. Using this report means keeping ahead of the curve on these disruptive technologies while maintaining a holistic perspective on the EV motors market.
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Rho Motion’s EV Motors Monthly Assessment is a weighted average of electric motor technology across the electric vehicle sector.
Electric vehicle sales data is collected on a model-by-model basis from automotive associations, OEMs and trade data at a country level for both BEV and PHEV vehicles for major markets. This analysis covers a minimum of 98% of total global market sales and provides a balanced representation of markets with different vehicle characteristics, suppliers and seasonality.
From this stage we assign the appropriate motor technology to each EV model. As multiple motors, often of differing technologies, are common in some vehicle variations, we model this split to create the most accurate overall picture of the industry. This then allows us to track the metrics available in the assessment.
Where EV specific model data is not explicitly stated estimates are used based on industry and company reports and primary research. These are then corroborated or adjusted when official data becomes available.
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