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電動船舶市場:電源毎(全電動、ハイブリッド、プラグインハイブリッド)、自動毎(有人、遠隔操作、全自動)、船舶タイプ毎(ばら積み貨物船、ガスタンカー、タンカー、はしけ、客船クルーズ、空母、水陸両用、駆逐艦、フリゲート艦)、地域毎 - 2030年までの世界市場予測

Electric Ships Market by Power Source (Fully Electric, Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid), Autonomy (Manned electric ships, Remotely-operated, Fully Autonomous), Ship Type (Bulk Carrier, Gas Tanker, Tankers, Barge, Passenger Cruise, Aircraft Carrier, Amphibious, Destroyer, Frigate) and Region - Global Forecast to 2030

 

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Broad adoption of fully electric passenger vessels and inland cargo ships, among others, are expected to fuel the growth of the electric ships market across the globe.

The global electric ships market size is projected to grow from USD 5.2 billion in 2019 to USD 15.6 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 13.2% from 2025 to 2030. Two forecast periods, i.e., 2019 to 2025 and 2025 to 2030, are considered in this market report, as the adoption of electric propulsion systems is projected to grow at a higher rate post-2025. Increase in seaborne trade across the globe, development of lithium-ion batteries, and hybrid and electric propulsion technology catering to the retrofit market, among others, are some of the factors that are expected to fuel the growth of the market.

The newbuild & line-fit segment is estimated to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period.

Based on end-use, the newbuild & line-fit segment is estimated to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period as compared to the retrofit segment. The growth of the newbuild & line-fit segment can be attributed to the increased demand for fully electric ships by countries in North America and Europe. Fully electric ferries are becoming increasingly important in North America and Europe as these ferries reduce emissions and help port authorities save on operational costs. Passenger ferries travel short distances and are suitable for being operated as fully electric as they are closer to ports and can be charged easily.

The hybrid segment is estimated to lead the electric ships market in 2019.

Based on type, the hybrid segment is estimated to account for a majority of the global electric ships market share in 2019 as compared to the fully electric ships. There is a large retrofit potential of ships such as ferries, cruise ships, tugs, container vessels, general cargo ships, and tankers, among others. Shipowners choose to retrofit vessels with a hybrid-electric propulsion system or a fully electric propulsion system as it is relatively cheaper than purchasing a new ship. Additionally, ships can resume operations faster, as opposed to ordering a new vessel, which could take a few years to be delivered.

The remotely operated segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

Based on the mode of operation, the remotely operated segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Advancements in technology have enabled the shipping industry to explore technologies such as autonomous shipping and remotely operated shipping. Developments in the field are already underway, with ABB testing a remotely piloted passenger vessel near the Helsinki harbor, Finland, in December 2018.

Europe is estimated to account for the largest share of the electric ships market in 2019.

Europe is expected to lead the electric ships industry in 2019. The market in the region is highly competitive, owing to the presence of a large number of original component manufacturers (OCMs) and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) such as Norwegian Electric Systems AS (Norway), Vard (Norway), among others. The high adoption rate of electric ferries, yachts, tugs, and cruise ships in this region, and the high commitment from companies such as Norway, Denmark, and Germany, among others to reduce emissions are major factors contributing to the growth of the electric ships market in Europe during the forecast period.

The break-up of the profiles of primary participants in the electric ships market is as follows:

- By Company Type: Tier 1 - 35%; Tier 2 - 45%; and Tier 3 - 20%
- By Designation: C Level Executives - 35%; Directors - 25%; and Others - 40%
- By Region: North America - 45%; Asia Pacific - 30%; Europe - 20%; and RoW - 5%

Major players operating in the electric ships market are Norwegian Electric Systems AS (Norway), Corvus Energy (Norway), General Dynamics Electric Boat (US), MAN Energy Solutions SE (Germany), Vard (Norway), Siemens (Germany), and Leclanch- SA (Switzerland), among others.

Research Coverage

This market study covers the electric ships market across various segments and subsegments. It aims at estimating the market size and growth potential of this market across different segments based on type, ship type, end-use, mode of operation, system, range, power, and region. This study also includes an in-depth competitive analysis of the key players in the market, along with their company profiles, key observations related to their product and business offerings, recent developments undertaken by them, and key market strategies adopted by them.

Reasons to Buy this Report

This report is expected to help market leaders/new entrants with information on the closest approximations of the revenue numbers for the overall electric ships market and its segments. This study is also expected to provide region wise information about the applications; wherein electric ships are used. This report aims at helping the stakeholders understand the competitive landscape of the market, gain insights to improve the position of their businesses, and plan suitable go-to-market strategies. This report is also expected to help them understand the pulse of the market and provide them with information on key drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities influencing the growth of the market.



目次

1 INTRODUCTION 23
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 23
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION 23
1.2.1 MARKETS COVERED 24
1.2.2 REGIONAL SCOPE 24
1.2.3 YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY 25
1.3 CURRENCY & PRICING 25
1.4 MARKET STAKEHOLDERS 25
2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 26
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 26
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 28
2.1.1.1 Key data from secondary sources 28
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 29
2.1.2.1 Key data from primary sources 29
2.1.2.2 Breakdown of primaries 30
2.2 MARKET DEFINITION & SCOPE 30
2.2.1 SEGMENT DEFINITIONS 30
2.2.1.1 Electric ships market, by system 30
2.2.1.2 Electric ships market, by end use 30
2.2.1.3 Electric ships market, by type 31
2.2.1.4 Electric ships market, by mode of operation 31
2.2.1.5 Electric ships market, by power (kW) 31
2.2.1.6 Electric ships market, by range (km) 31
2.2.1.7 Electric ships market, by ship type 31
2.2.2 EXCLUSIONS 31
2.3 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION & METHODOLOGY 32
2.3.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 32
2.3.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 33
2.4 DATA TRIANGULATION 34
2.5 MARKET SIZING & FORECASTING 35
2.6 LIMITATIONS 35
3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 36
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4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 39
4.1 ATTRACTIVE GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET 39
4.2 HYBRID SHIPS MARKET, BY TYPE 39
4.3 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY RANGE 40
4.4 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY SHIP TYPE 40
4.5 COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY TYPE 41
4.6 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY REGION 41
5 MARKET OVERVIEW 42
5.1 INTRODUCTION 42
5.2 ROADMAP OF MARINE ELECTRIFICATION 42
5.3 MARKET DYNAMICS 43
5.3.1 DRIVERS 44
5.3.1.1 Implementation of sulfur 2020 rule 44
5.3.1.2 Rise in adoption of hybrid and electric propulsion technologies for retrofitting ships 45
5.3.1.3 Increase in seaborne trade across the globe 45
5.3.1.4 Growing maritime tourism industry 46
5.3.1.5 Development of lithium-ion batteries 47
5.3.2 RESTRAINTS 49
5.3.2.1 High downtime in retrofitting ships 49
5.3.2.2 Limited range and capacity of fully-electric ships 49
5.3.3 OPPORTUNITIES 49
5.3.3.1 Potential of high powered batteries 49
5.3.3.2 Potential for battery charging via renewable sources of energy 50
5.3.3.3 Hybrid propulsion technology for large ships 51
5.3.4 CHALLENGES 51
5.3.4.1 Inadequate charging infrastructure 51
5.3.4.2 High initial capital expenditure cost 51
6 INDUSTRY TRENDS 53
6.1 INTRODUCTION 53
6.2 ROADMAP TOWARDS EMISSION FREE SHIPPING INDUSTRY 53
6.3 PHASING OF MARINE PROPULSION TECHNOLOGIES 54
6.4 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 55
6.5 KEY AUTONOMOUS SHIPS DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 56
6.5.1 ROLLS-ROYCE MARINE - 2020 56
6.5.2 KONGSBERG AND YARA - 2020 56
6.5.3 JAPANESE CONSORTIUM - 2025 56
6.6 EMERGING TRENDS 56
6.6.1 ELECTRIFICATION OF LEISURE BOATS 56
6.6.2 POTENTIAL OF HYBRID TECHNOLOGY 57
6.6.3 FULLY ELECTRIC FERRIES FOR PASSENGER TRANSPORT 58
6.6.4 SOLAR SAILS 58
6.6.5 ADVANCED BATTERIES FOR ELECTRIC SHIPS 58
6.6.6 POTENTIAL OF HYDROGEN AS A ZERO EMISSION FUEL FOR THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY 59
6.7 INNOVATIONS & PATENT REGISTRATIONS 60
7 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY TYPE 61
7.1 INTRODUCTION 62
7.2 FULLY ELECTRIC 63
7.2.1 LITHIUM BATTERY 64
7.2.1.1 Lithium batteries are major power source for hybrid and fully electric vessels 64
7.2.2 LEAD ACID BATTERY 64
7.2.2.1 Wide range of applications in the marine sector increases the demand for lead acid batteries 64
7.2.3 ELECTRO-SOLAR 64
7.2.3.1 Electro-solar technology involves the use of renewable energy to recharge batteries in ships 64
7.2.4 FUEL CELLS 64
7.2.4.1 Fuel cells are an alternative technology to lithium-ion and lead acid batteries 64
7.3 HYBRID 66
7.3.1 DIESEL & BATTERY-DRIVEN 66
7.3.1.1 Significant advancements in hybrid technology encouraged adoption of hybrid-electric propulsion for large cruise ships 66
7.3.2 LPG/LNG & BATTERY-DRIVEN 67
7.3.2.1 LPG/LNG based engines use electric propulsion motors to power ships 67
8 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY SYSTEM 68
8.1 INTRODUCTION 69
8.2 ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS 70
8.2.1 <1,000 KW 71
8.2.1.1 <1,000 kW energy storage systems are majorly required
by small ships 71
8.2.2 1,001-5,000 KW 72
8.2.2.1 Medium-sized ships with medium sailing speed require
1,001-5,000 kW 72
8.2.3 >5,000 KW 72
8.2.3.1 Large ships use >5,000 kW power 72
8.3 POWER CONVERSION 72
8.4 POWER GENERATION 73
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8.4.1 GENERATORS 73
8.4.1.1 Rise in demand for electric propulsion is driving the demand for generators 73
8.4.2 ENGINES 74
8.4.2.1 Rise in demand for hybrid driven propulsion is driving the demand for engines 74
8.4.3 PROPULSION MOTORS 74
8.4.3.1 Power for propulsion motor is supplied by the ship’s generator and prime mover assembly 74
8.5 POWER DISTRIBUTION 74
9 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY MODE OF OPERATION 75
9.1 INTRODUCTION 76
9.2 MANNED 77
9.2.1 LARGE RETROFIT MARKET POTENTIAL FOR MANNED CARGO VESSELS IS EXPECTED TO DRIVE THE MARKET FOR ELECTRIC SHIPS 77
9.3 REMOTELY OPERATED 77
9.3.1 REMOTELY OPERATED SHIPS ARE CONTROLLED BY OPERATORS VIA SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS 77
9.4 AUTONOMOUS 77
9.4.1 AUTONOMOUS ELECTRIC SHIPS FUNCTION BASED ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SENSOR FUSION TECHNOLOGIES 77
10 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY SHIP TYPE 79
10.1 INTRODUCTION 80
10.2 COMMERCIAL 81
10.2.1 PASSENGER VESSELS 81
10.2.1.1 Yachts 81
10.2.1.1.1 Fully electric yachts have the ability to use solar power to charge the batteries 81
10.2.1.2 Ferries 81
10.2.1.2.1 The adoption of electric ferries is high in North America and Europe due to the changing environmental regulations. 81
10.2.1.3 Cruise ships 82
10.2.1.3.1 The adoption of hybrid-electric propulsion technologies for cruise ships is estimated to increase in the coming years 82
10.2.2 CARGO VESSELS 82
10.2.2.1 Container vessels 82
10.2.2.1.1 Container ships were the first to adopt a full electric set up due to their smaller size and distance traveled. 82
10.2.2.2 Bulk carriers 83
10.2.2.2.1 The demand for retrofitting existing bulk carriers is expected to increase in the coming years 83
10.2.2.3 Tankers 83
10.2.2.3.1 Japense company designed a domestic fully electric shipping tanker using lithium-ion batteries. 83
10.2.2.4 General cargo ships 83
10.2.2.4.1 The potential of the retrofit market for general cargo ships is high 83
10.2.3 OTHERS 84
10.2.3.1 Fishing vessels 84
10.2.3.1.1 Rising adoption of electric propulsion in fishing vessel 84
10.2.3.2 Dredgers 84
10.2.3.2.1 Dredgers have been using a diesel-electric propulsion system 84
10.2.3.3 Tugs & workboats 84
10.2.3.3.1 Tugs & workboats account for a major share in the world’s ships fleet 84
10.2.3.4 Research vessels 84
10.2.3.4.1 Market for retrofitting research vessels is larger than that for newbuilds at present 84
10.2.3.5 Submarines 85
10.2.3.5.1 Fully electric submarines are useful for underwater exploration as there is minimal vibration from the motor 85
10.3 DEFENSE 86
10.3.1 DESTROYERS 86
10.3.1.1 Defense forces of countries like US, the UK, and India are focusing on integrating electric propulsive destroyers to its fleet 86
10.3.2 FRIGATES 87
10.3.2.1 Electric and hybrid propulsion has been used in frigates either directly or along with a diesel engine 87
10.3.3 CORVETTES 87
10.3.3.1 South Korea ordered corvettes with all-electric propulsion 87
10.3.4 OFFSHORE SUPPORT VESSELS (OSV) 87
10.3.4.1 The adoption of hybrid propulsion technology for offshore support vessels is estimated to increase during the forecast period 87
10.3.5 AIRCRAFT CARRIERS 87
10.3.5.1 Indian Navy, there is a possibility of using an aircraft carrier with hybrid propulsion 87
10.3.6 SUBMARINES 87
10.3.6.1 US, France, and India are currently using or developing electric propulsion systems 87
11 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY POWER 88
11.1 INTRODUCTION 89
11.2 <75 KW 89
11.2.1 DEMAND FOR FULLY ELECTRIC YACHTS IN THE EUROPEAN REGION TO DRIVE THE ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET 89
11.3 75-150 KW 90
11.3.1 USE OF FULLY ELECTRIC FERRIES FOR TRANSPORT WILL DRIVE THE ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET 90
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11.4 151-745 KW 90
11.4.1 CARGO VESSELS IN THE 151-745 KW RANGE HAS LARGE RETROFIT POTENTIAL 90
11.5 746-7,560 KW 90
11.5.1 INCREASED INVESTMENT IN HYBRID-ELECTRIC PROPULSION SYSTEMS DRIVE THE MARKET FOR ELECTRIC SHIPS 90
11.5.2 ADOPTION OF ELECTRIC PROPULSION IN LARGE-SIZED CONTAINER AND CARGO SHIPS IS DRIVING THE DEMAND FOR THESE SHIPS HAVING POWER >7,560 KW 90
12 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY RANGE 91
12.1 INTRODUCTION 92
12.2 <50 KM 93
12.2.1 ADOPTION OF FULLY ELECTRIC PASSENGER FERRIES AND TUGS DRIVE THE DEMAND FOR ELECTRIC SHIPS 93
12.3 50-100 KM 93
12.3.1 DEMAND FOR FULLY ELECTRIC CONTAINER SHIPS WILL DRIVE THE DEMAND FOR ELECTRIC PROPULSION 93
12.4 101-1,000 KM 93
12.4.1 RETROFIT OF CARGO VESSELS TO DRIVE THE MARKET FOR ELECTRIC SHIPS 93
12.5 >1,000 KM 93
12.5.1 INCREASED INVESTMENT IN HYBRID-ELECTRIC PROPULSION SYSTEMS WILL BEAR FRUIT AS THE ADOPTION RATE INCREASES FOR LONG-VOYAGE SHIPS 93
13 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY END USE 94
13.1 INTRODUCTION 95
13.2 NEWBUILD & LINE FIT 96
13.2.1 HIGH DEMAND FOR FULLY ELECTRIC FERRIES IN EUROPE IS EXPECTED TO DRIVE THE MARKET FOR ELECTRIC SHIPS 96
13.3 RETROFIT 97
13.3.1 SHIPOWNERS UPDATE OR RETROFIT EQUIPMENT INSTALLED ON EXISTING VESSELS TO INCREASE THEIR EFFICIENCY AND EXTEND THEIR DURABILITY 97
14 REGIONAL ANALYSIS 98
14.1 INTRODUCTION 99
14.2 NORTH AMERICA 100
14.2.1 US 105
14.2.1.1 Increasing demand for luxury sailing will raise the adoption of electric boats 105
14.2.2 CANADA 106
14.2.2.1 Canada government’s strategic decision to develop its indigenous marine industry to grow the market 106
14.3 EUROPE 107
14.3.1 NORWAY 112
14.3.1.1 Implementation of IMO rule is major factor driving the adoption of hybrid or electric driven propulsion in the shipping industry in Norway 112
14.3.2 GREECE 113
14.3.2.1 Stringent IMO 2020 rule is driving the demand for electric ships in Greece 113
14.3.3 NETHERLANDS 114
14.3.3.1 Push toward using zero-emission ships are driving the electric ships market in the Netherlands 114
14.3.4 FRANCE 115
14.3.4.1 Presence of stringent regulations drive the demand for electric ships in France 115
14.3.5 REST OF EUROPE 116
14.4 ASIA PACIFIC 117
14.4.1 CHINA 122
14.4.1.1 Presence of several shipbuilding companies in China boost the growth of the electric ships market in the country 122
14.4.2 SOUTH KOREA 123
14.4.2.1 Adoption of fuel cells for the development of ships and the aim towards achieving a hydrogen economy are expected to fuel electric ships market in South Korea 123
14.4.3 JAPAN 124
14.4.3.1 Focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping is supporting the growth of electric ships market in Japan 124
14.4.4 NEW ZEALAND 125
14.4.4.1 There is a switch from diesel-driven ships to electric ships in New Zealand to reduce operational costs 125
14.4.5 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC 126
14.4.5.1 Development of electric passenger ferries is expected to fuel the growth of electric ships in Rest of Asia Pacific 126
14.5 REST OF THE WORLD 127
14.5.1 LATIN AMERICA 131
14.5.1.1 Large fleet size of ships in Latin America encourages adoption of hybrid propulsion 131
14.5.2 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA 132
14.5.2.1 Retrofitting existing fleet size of ships is driving the electric ships market in Middle East & Africa 132
15 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 133
15.1 INTRODUCTION 133
15.2 MAJOR PLAYERS, 2018 133
15.3 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 134
15.4 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING 136
15.4.1 VISIONARY LEADERS 136
15.4.2 INNOVATORS 136
15.4.3 DYNAMIC DIFFERENTIATORS 136
15.4.4 EMERGING COMPANIES 136
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15.5 STRENGTH OF PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 138
15.6 BUSINESS STRATEGY EXCELLENCE 139
15.7 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 140
15.7.1 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES 140
15.7.2 CONTRACTS 140
15.7.3 EXPANSIONS & ACQUISITIONS 142
15.7.4 PARTNERSHIPS, AGREEMENTS, JOINT VENTURES,  AND COLLABORATIONS 143
16 COMPANY PROFILES 145
16.1 ABB 145
(Business Overview, Products/Solutions/Services Offered, Customers and Application Areas, Unique Value Proposition and Right to Win, Growth Strategy, Organic Strategy, Inorganic Strategy, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, and MNM View)*
16.2 WARTSILA 151
16.3 KONGSBERG GRUPPEN 155
16.4 GENERAL ELECTRIC (GE) 160
16.5 VARD 164
16.6 SIEMENS 166
16.7 LECLANCH- SA 171
16.8 BAE SYSTEMS 173
16.9 NORWEGIAN ELECTRIC SYSTEMS 175
16.10 MAN ENERGY SOLUTIONS SE 177
16.11 CORVUS ENERGY 179
16.12 ECHANDIA MARINE AB 182
16.13 GENERAL DYNAMICS ELECTRIC BOAT 183
16.14 ANGLO BELGIAN CORPORATION (ABC) NV 184
16.15 SCHOTTEL GMBH 185
16.16 VISEDO 187
16.17 ECO MARINE POWER CO LTD. 188
16.18 AKASOL AG 190
16.19 EST FLOATTECH 191
16.20 SAFT (TOTAL) 192
*Details on Business Overview, Products/Solutions/Services Offered, Customers and Application Areas, Unique Value Proposition and Right to Win, Growth Strategy, Organic Strategy, Inorganic Strategy, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, and MNM View might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
17 APPENDIX 194
17.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE 194
17.2 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS-  SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 196
17.3 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 198
17.4 RELATED REPORTS 198
17.5 AUTHOR DETAILS 199

 

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 USD EXCHANGE RATES, 2017-2019 25
TABLE 2 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS 35
TABLE 3 MILESTONES OF THE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR ELECTRIFICATION IN MARINE TRANSPORT 42
TABLE 4 SULFUR CONTENT REGULATIONS IN BUNKER FUEL 44
TABLE 5 CURRENT BATTERY CAPACITY AND REQUIREMENTS OF SHIPS 48
TABLE 6 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE, SAVINGS, AND PAYBACK 52
TABLE 7 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE, SAVINGS, AND PAYBACK 52
TABLE 8 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE, SAVINGS, AND PAYBACK 52
TABLE 9 INNOVATIONS & PATENT REGISTRATIONS, 2011-2017 60
TABLE 10 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 62
TABLE 11 GLOBAL ALL ELECTRIC SHIPS PROJECTS 63
TABLE 12 ONGOING FUEL CELL PROJECTS IN SHIPPING INDUSTRY 65
TABLE 13 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SYSTEM, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 69
TABLE 14 COMPARISON BETWEEN PRINCIPLE ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS (ESS) 71
TABLE 15 ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS MARKET SIZE, BY WATTAGE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 72
TABLE 16 ELECTRIC PROPULSION SHIP (8,444G/T, CEMENT CARRYING VESSEL)
AND EXISTING SHIP: COMPARISON 73
TABLE 17 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY MODE OF OPERATION,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 76
TABLE 18 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 80
TABLE 19 COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 85
TABLE 20 COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY PASSENGER VESSEL,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 85
TABLE 21 COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY CARGO VESSEL,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 85
TABLE 22 COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, OTHER VESSEL,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 86
TABLE 23 DEFENSE ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 86
TABLE 24 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 89
TABLE 25 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY RANGE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 92
TABLE 26 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 96
TABLE 27 NEWBUILD & LINE FIT ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIPBUILDING,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 97
TABLE 28 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 100
TABLE 29 NORTH AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 101
TABLE 30 NORTH AMERICA: FULLY ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SOURCE,  2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 102
TABLE 31 NORTH AMERICA: HYBRID SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SOURCE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 102
TABLE 32 NORTH AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 102
TABLE 33 NORTH AMERICA: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 102
TABLE 34 NORTH AMERICA: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY PASSENGER VESSEL, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 103
TABLE 35 NORTH AMERICA: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY CARGO VESSEL, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 103
TABLE 36 NORTH AMERICA: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY OTHER VESSEL, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 103
TABLE 37 NORTH AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY MODE OF OPERATION,  2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 104
TABLE 38 NORTH AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 104
TABLE 39 NORTH AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY RANGE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 104
TABLE 40 NORTH AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 104
TABLE 41 NORTH AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 105
TABLE 42 US: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 105
TABLE 43 US: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 106
TABLE 44 US: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 106
TABLE 45 CANADA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 107
TABLE 46 CANADA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 107
TABLE 47 CANADA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 107
TABLE 48 EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 108
TABLE 49 EUROPE: FULLY ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SOURCE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 109
TABLE 50 EUROPE: HYBRID SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SOURCE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 109
TABLE 51 EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 109
TABLE 52 EUROPE: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 109
TABLE 53 EUROPE: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY PASSENGER VESSEL,  2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 110
TABLE 54 EUROPE: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY CARGO VESSEL,  2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 110
TABLE 55 EUROPE: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY OTHER VESSEL,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 110
TABLE 56 EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY MODE OF OPERATION,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 111
TABLE 57 EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 111
TABLE 58 EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY RANGE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 111
TABLE 59 EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 111
TABLE 60 EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 112
TABLE 61 NORWAY: ELECTRIC SHIP MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 113
TABLE 62 NORWAY: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 113
TABLE 63 NORWAY: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 113
TABLE 64 GREECE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 114
TABLE 65 GREECE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 114
TABLE 66 GREECE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 114
TABLE 67 NETHERLANDS: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 115
TABLE 68 NETHERLANDS: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 115
TABLE 69 NETHERLANDS: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 115
TABLE 70 FRANCE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 116
TABLE 71 FRANCE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 116
TABLE 72 FRANCE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 116
TABLE 73 REST OF EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIP MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 117
TABLE 74 REST OF EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 117
TABLE 75 REST OF EUROPE: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 117
TABLE 76 ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 118
TABLE 77 ASIA PACIFIC: FULLY ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SOURCE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 119
TABLE 78 ASIA PACIFIC: HYBRID SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SOURCE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 119
TABLE 79 ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 119
TABLE 80 ASIA PACIFIC: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 119
TABLE 81 ASIA PACIFIC: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY PASSENGER VESSEL, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 120
TABLE 82 ASIA PACIFIC: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY CARGO VESSEL,  2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 120
TABLE 83 ASIA PACIFIC: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY OTHER VESSEL,  2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 120
TABLE 84 ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY MODE OF OPERATION,
 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 121
TABLE 85 ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 121
TABLE 86 ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY RANGE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 121
TABLE 87 ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 121
TABLE 88 ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 122
TABLE 89 CHINA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 122
TABLE 90 CHINA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 122
TABLE 91 CHINA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 123
TABLE 92 SOUTH KOREA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 123
TABLE 93 SOUTH KOREA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 123
TABLE 94 SOUTH KOREA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 124
TABLE 95 JAPAN: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 124
TABLE 96 JAPAN: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 124
TABLE 97 JAPAN: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 125
TABLE 98 NEW ZEALAND: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 125
TABLE 99 NEW ZEALAND: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 125
TABLE 100 NEW ZEALAND: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 126
TABLE 101 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 126
TABLE 102 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 126
TABLE 103 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 127
TABLE 104 REST OF THE WORLD: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 127
TABLE 105 REST OF THE WORLD: FULLY ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SOURCE,  2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 127
TABLE 106 REST OF THE WORLD: HYBRID SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER SOURCE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 128
TABLE 107 REST OF THE WORLD: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 128
TABLE 108 REST OF THE WORLD: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,  2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 128
TABLE 109 REST OF THE WORLD: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE,
BY PASSENGER VESSEL, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 128
TABLE 110 REST OF THE WORLD: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY CARGO VESSEL, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 129
TABLE 111 REST OF THE WORLD: COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY OTHER VESSEL, 2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 129
TABLE 112 REST OF THE WORLD: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY MODE OF OPERATION,  2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 129
TABLE 113 REST OF THE WORLD: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 130
TABLE 114 REST OF THE WORLD: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY RANGE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 130
TABLE 115 REST OF THE WORLD: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY POWER,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 130
TABLE 116 REST OF THE WORLD: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY REGION,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 131
TABLE 117 LATIN AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 131
TABLE 118 LATIN AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 131
TABLE 119 LATIN AMERICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 132
TABLE 120 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 132
TABLE 121 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY SHIP TYPE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 132
TABLE 122 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SIZE, BY END USE,  
2017-2030 (USD MILLION) 132
TABLE 123 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES, AUGUST 2015- MAY 2019 140
TABLE 124 CONTRACTS, 2015 - 2019 140
TABLE 125 EXPANSIONS AND ACQUISITIONS, 2015-2019 142
TABLE 126 PARTNERSHIPS, AGREEMENTS, JOINT VENTURES, AND COLLABORATIONS,
2015 -2019 143
TABLE 127 ABB: SWOT ANALYSIS 149
TABLE 128 WARTSILA: SWOT ANALYSIS 154
TABLE 129 KONGSBERG: SWOT ANALYSIS 159
TABLE 130 GE: SWOT ANALYSIS 163
TABLE 131 SIEMENS: SWOT ANALYSIS 169

 

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 REPORT PROCESS FLOW 26
FIGURE 2 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN 27
FIGURE 3 BREAKDOWN OF PRIMARY INTERVIEWS: BY COMPANY TYPE, DESIGNATION  
& REGION 30
FIGURE 4 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY: BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 33
FIGURE 5 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY: TOP-DOWN APPROACH 33
FIGURE 6 DATA TRIANGULATION: ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET 34
FIGURE 7 BY TYPE, HYBRID SEGMENT PROJECTED TO LEAD ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET
FROM 2019 TO 2030 36
FIGURE 8 BY MODE OF OPERATION, MANNED SEGMENT PROJECTED TO DOMINATE ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET FROM 2019 TO 2030 37
FIGURE 9 BY END USE, NEWBUILD & LINE FIT SEGMENT PROJECTED TO LEAD ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD 37
FIGURE 10 BY SYSTEM, ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS SEGMENT PROJECTED TO LEAD ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD 38
FIGURE 11 BY REGION, EUROPE IS PROJECTED TO LEAD ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET
FROM 2019 TO 2030 38
FIGURE 12 IMPLEMENTATION OF SULFUR 2020 RULE AND DEVELOPMENT OF LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES ARE MAJOR FACTORS DRIVING ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET 39
FIGURE 13 DIESEL & BATTERY-DRIVEN SEGMENT TO LEAD HYBRID SHIPS MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD 39
FIGURE 14 <50 KM SEGMENT PROJECTED TO LEAD ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET
 FROM 2019 TO 2030 40
FIGURE 15 COMMERCIAL SEGMENT EXPECTED TO DOMINATE ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD 40
FIGURE 16 PASSENGER VESSELS SEGMENT TO LEAD COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET FROM 2019 TO 2030 41
FIGURE 17 EUROPE EXPECTED TO LEAD ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET FROM 2019 TO 2025 41
FIGURE 18 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET DYNAMICS: DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS,  OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES 43
FIGURE 19 GLOBAL SEABORNE TRADE, BY QUANTITY TRADED, 2005-2017 46
FIGURE 20 INCREASE IN NUMBER OF CRUISE PASSENGERS IN EUROPE,  2007-2016 47
FIGURE 21 GLOBAL CRUISE INDUSTRY SHARE, BY REGION, 2016 47
FIGURE 22 MOST COMMON LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES WITH KEY FEATURES 48
FIGURE 23 RELATIVE FEASIBILITY OF DIFFERENT ENERGY-STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES 50
FIGURE 24 ROADMAP TOWARDS EMISSION FREE SHIPPING INDUSTRY 53
FIGURE 25 POTENTIAL PHASING OF DIFFERENT PROPULSION TECHNOLOGIES IN MARINE INDUSTRY 54
FIGURE 26 BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS: MAXIMUM VALUE-ADDED DURING MANUFACTURING STAGE 55
FIGURE 27 FULLY ELECTRIC SEGMENT EXPECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING FORECAST PERIOD 62
FIGURE 28 EXPERT VIEWS ON HYBRID TECHNOLOGY 66
FIGURE 29 POWER CONVERSION SEGMENT PROJECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING FORECAST PERIOD 69
FIGURE 30 TYPE OF ENERGY STORAGE  SYSTEMS 70
FIGURE 31 ADOPTION OF FUEL CELLS IN SMALL & MEDIUM ELECTRIC SHIP 71
FIGURE 32 ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, BY MODE OF OPERATION,  2019 & 2030 (USD MILLION) 76
FIGURE 33 COMMERCIAL SEGMENT PROJECTED TO DOMINATE ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD 80
FIGURE 34 151-745 KW SEGMENT PROJECTED TO LEAD ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD 89
FIGURE 35 THE <50 KM SEGMENT PROJECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING FORECAST PERIOD 92
FIGURE 36 NEWBUILD & LINE FIT SEGMENT IS EXPECTED TO GROW AT A HIGHER CAGR DURING FORECAST PERIOD 95
FIGURE 37 EUROPE ESTIMATED TO HOLD LARGEST SHARE OF ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET  
IN 2019 99
FIGURE 38 NORTH AMERICA ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SNAPSHOT 101
FIGURE 39 EUROPE ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SNAPSHOT 108
FIGURE 40 CO2 EMISSIONS FROM DOMESTIC SHIPPING IN NORWAY 112
FIGURE 41 ASIA PACIFIC ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET SNAPSHOT 118
FIGURE 42 MAJOR PLAYERS IN ELECTRIC SHIPS MARKET, 2018 133
FIGURE 43 COMPANIES ADOPTED SEVERAL GROWTH STRATEGIES FROM  
AUGUST 2015 TO OCTOBER 2019 135
FIGURE 44 ELECTRIC SHIPS COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING, 2019 137
FIGURE 45 ABB: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 145
FIGURE 46 WARTSILA: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 151
FIGURE 47 KONGSBERG GRUPPEN: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 155
FIGURE 48 GENERAL ELECTRIC: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 160
FIGURE 49 VARD: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 164
FIGURE 50 SIEMENS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 166
FIGURE 51 LECLANCHE SA: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 171
FIGURE 52 BAE SYSTEMS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 173
FIGURE 53 SAFT: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 192

 

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