For corporate and investors investing in the fast growing e-mobility domain, fortunes will be won (or lost) based on how well they are able to weave innovation into their business and entrepreneurial efforts.
But, with so many innovations taking place in the e-mobility domain, and given the diverse and complex nature of the overall industry ecosystem, getting a grasp of the impactful innovations is a very difficult task.
This is where EVI2 comes in - we provide you with an exceptional understanding and clarity of the innovations happening across the e-mobility value chain, and also provide strategic guidance on how specific business and investor segments can leverage and utilize these innovations for success.
EVI2 will be of exceptional value to any company or firm keen on developing powerful strategies while investing in electric mobility innovations.
EVI2 provides intelligence and recommendations for many specific target segments - categorized both on product and value chain segments. The compendium answers a range of critical questions in the minds of decision makers and senior professions in these segments. Some of the prominent questions that EVI2 answers in great detail are:
The EVNext team has been researching technology and business trends in the global e-mobility sector since 2016. In addition, the team had organized many expert conferences and workshops in e-mobility during this period, some of these with international expert participation. All these activities have enabled our team to better understand global trends, challenges, drivers and innovations.
The EVI2 expert guide has been prepared with the global business stakeholders in mind and covers e-mobility innovations from over 50 countries including USA, UK, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, China, Brazil, South Korea, Japan, South Africa, India, Singapore, Australia, Israel and more.
Based on the extensive research the EVI2 team undertook to study and analyse EV innovations - which are presented in this comprehensive guide - following are the key takeaways for the e-mobility innovation spectrum:
Since 2008, EAI has been at the forefront of cleantech and sustainability consulting and research. Our management consulting and industry research has spanned the entire cleantech spectrum but with higher emphasis on solar power, e-mobility and the bio-energy sectors.
Our consulting and research reports have benefitted over 3000 clients globally, including 10 of the top Fortune 25 companies and 40 of the top Fortune 100 companies. Our consulting team has had the privilege of assisting some of the globally prominent companies and organizations such as GE, GSK, Exxon Mobil, Toyota, World Bank, Bill & Melinda Foundation, among others.