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China New Energy Vehicle Power Electronics Market to 2022 - EV Motor Controller Market will be Worth RMB36.1 Billion

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In 2017, China's EV motor controller market size ranged at RMB12.9 billion, and passenger car motor controller market expanded in size.

It is predicted that boosted by new energy passenger car and hybrid vehicle markets, EV motor controller market will be worth RMB36.1 billion in 2022, and passenger car will play a dominant role.

In the next five to ten years, SiC IGBT chip will get massively utilized in motor controllers (inverters). SiC devices can cut down switching losses significantly, improve system efficiency, reduce dead time, and enhance system output capability. The total cost of battery packs and controllers can drop by 5%, and the mileage range can rise by 10%. Tesla is the first automaker to integrate a full SiC power module in its Model 3. Thanks to its collaboration with STMicroelectronics, the Tesla inverter is composed of 24 1-in-1 power modules assembled on a pin-fin heatsink.

High integration facilitates the spatial layout of the vehicle. In the limited space of new energy vehicles (especially passenger cars), the power and electronic integration technologies are used to integrate the automotive power supply with either motor controllers or electronic control system components such as the high-voltage power distribution boxes in a bid to reduce the space occupied by the automotive power supply, lowering the manufacturing cost and lifting the power density. This has become the development direction of the automotive power supply products.

Bidirectional DC/DC transmission is anticipated to gain ground as it can be used for braking energy recovery, auxiliary battery/capacitor charging and discharging, and high/low-voltage energy conversion of 48V micro-hybrid models. Bidirectional DC/DC solutions are more efficient, less occupied and more affordable than the reverse parallel of 2 unidirectional DC/DC converters, typically finding application in Toyota Prius.

China-made on-board charger (OBC) is priced at RMB1,000-4,500/unit for the moment. The larger power it is, the higher price will be. OBC falls into three types by power: <_5kw_ _-5kw="_-5kw" _mostly="_mostly" _3kw__="_3kw__">6KW, respectively for EVs with battery capacity less than 15kWh, 15-24kWh electric passenger cars and small logistics vehicles, and 24kWh-above electric commercial vehicles and logistics vehicles. Market price of 6.6KW charger stands at RMB3,500-4,500, 3.3KW at RMB1,500-2,000 and 2KW at around RMB1,000.

Large power OBC is growing a trend as individual users and ride-hailing firms require far shorter charging time. 6.6KW OBC will win popularity; 10KW-23KW large power ones will find wider application. By RMB3,500 per unit, the OBC market size will be RMB7 billion in 2020; the DC/DC market will be valued at a staggering RMB3 billion in 2020 as long as the price of DC/DC converter is kept at RMB1,500.

Key Topics Covered


1 Overview of Automotive Power Electronics
1.1 Overview
1.2 Motor Controller (Inverter)
1.3 DC-DC Converter
1.4 On-board Charger (OBC)
1.5 IGBT Market and Development Trend
1.6 Summary

2 EV Motor Controller Market
2.1 Policy Environment
2.2 Market Size
2.3 Industry Profit
2.4 Supply Model
2.5 Competitive Landscape
2.6 Supply Relation among Enterprises in the World
2.7 Development of Major Enterprises

3 EV DC/DC and Charger Market
3.1 Market Size
3.2 Competitive Landscape
3.3 Technology Trends
3.4 Supply Relation among Enterprises in the World

4 Major Chinese DC and Charger Enterprises
4.1 Hangzhou EV-Tech
4.2 SHINRY Technologies
4.3 Hangzhou Tiecheng Information Technology
4.4 Shijiazhuang Tonhe Electronics Technologies
4.5 Luoyang Grasen Power Technology

5 Chinese EV Motor Controller (Inverter) Manufacturers
5.1 Shanghai E-drive
5.2 Shenzhen Inovance Technology
5.3 Shanghai Dajun Technologies
5.4 Tianjin Santroll Electric Automobile Technology
5.5 Zhongshan Broad-Ocean Motor
5.6 United Automotive Electronic Systems (UAES)
5.7 Hunan CRRC Times Electric Vehicle
5.8 BYD
5.9 Zhuhai Enpower Electric
5.10 Shenzhen V&T Technologies
5.11 Fujian Fugong Power Technology
5.12 Chroma ATE
5.13 Delta Electronics
5.14 Jing-Jin Electric Technologies (Beijing)
5.15 DEC Dongfeng Electric Machinery
5.16 Nidec (Beijing) Drive Technologies
5.17 Time High-Tech
5.18 JEE Automation Equipment
5.19 Shandong Deyang Electronics Technology
5.20 Beijing Siemens Automotive E-Drive System
5.21 Prestolite E-Propulsion Systems (Beijing) Limited

6 Global Motor Controller (Inverter) Manufacturers
6.1 Hitachi Automotive Systems
6.2 Mitsubishi Electric
6.3 Meidensha
6.4 Toshiba
6.5 Hyundai Mobis
6.6 Delphi
6.7 Bosch
6.8 Continental

7 IGBT Suppliers
7.1 Fuji Electric
7.2 Infineon
7.3 Denso
7.4 ROHM
7.5 IR
7.6 Semikron

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