Strategic Analysis of Automotive Circular Economy 2022: Increased Adoption of Circular Economy Practices Leads to Transformative Growth Across the Automotive Value Chain –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Added the Strategic Analysis of the Automotive Circular Economy report Offer.

The automotive industry has moved from implementing circular economy practices only at the process level to adopting them in all parts of the value chain. This research service provides insights into strategies employed by automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to align with circular economy goals at each stage of the automotive lifecycle. Circular economy practices aim to minimize the use of virgin materials in manufacturing processes and focus on the recovery, reuse and remanufacturing of components to ensure greater sustainability.

Growing concerns about global warming and increased CO2 emissions are prompting government and regulators to implement strict compliance measures for the automotive industry, pushing OEMs to switch to green practices. The advent of digital technologies and the development of sustainable materials are helping automotive OEMs meet sustainability goals and ensure compliance with guidelines set by regulators. The study highlights the need for sustainable manufacturing practices and the benefits they bring to OEMs and the environment.

Key areas the study provides insights into:

  • Emerging business models aligned with circular economy practices

  • Best practices, including design principles, adopted by OEMs in their manufacturing facilities to ensure 100% renewable energy use

  • Sustainable materials used in automotive components as alternatives to plastics, rubber and leather

  • Initiatives by car manufacturers to ensure sustainability at their dealerships

  • Sustainable mobility solutions such as the use of electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrids through ridesharing and carsharing services

  • Diagnostic and vehicle monitoring methods used by EV battery suppliers to service and recycle car batteries

  • Methods to extend the life of automotive components (such as plastics, tires, aluminum, EV batteries, etc.)

  • Digital technologies and processes being put in place to enable circular economy goals

  • Possible second life of various automotive components

Main topics covered:

1. Strategic imperatives

  • Why is it getting harder and harder to grow?

  • The strategic imperative 8TM

  • The impact of the three most important strategic imperatives on the automotive circular economy

  • Growth opportunities fuel the growth pipeline engineTM

2. Overview

  • Circular Economy – Introduction

  • The need for a circular economy in the automotive industry

  • Result of circular economy initiatives – reduction of CO2 emissions during vehicle manufacturing

  • Outcome of Circular Economy Initiatives – Increase in Circular Material Utilization Rate in Europe

  • Overview of the circular economy in the automotive lifecycle

3. Manufacturing

  • Automobile Manufacturing – Circular Economy Practices

  • Sustainable Materials in Cars – Introduction

  • Choose innovative natural materials for the future

  • Use of natural materials in the manufacture of self-healing materials

  • Recycled materials used in cars

  • Green steel

  • OEMs are on the way to green steel

  • Recycling trend – closed-loop recycling

  • The 2021 Nissan Rogue – Use Case for Closed-Loop Recycling

  • Sustainable Supply Chain – Volvo/Polestar

  • Sustainable Design/Vehicles – Modularity-BMW i Vision Circular

  • Sustainable design/Vehicles – Carbon neutral cars – Polestar 0

  • Sustainable Design/Vehicles – Carbon Neutral Cars – Renault Scenic

  • Sustainable production plants – selected use cases

  • Sustainable design – a determined push towards electric vehicles

  • Manufacturing – key taking

4. Automobile Retail

  • Automotive Retailing – Circular Economy Practices

  • Honda Green dealer

  • Ford Go Green dealer program

  • Audi sustainability in the car dealership

  • Skoda Green Retail

  • Renault Mobilize use case

  • Sustainable Design/Vehicles – Renault Duo: Purpose built green car for car sharing

  • Volkswagen-MOIA

  • Skoda – Digilab

  • Toyota Kinto

  • Automotive Retail – Key Insights

5. Customer Service

  • Automotive Aftersales – Circular Economy Practices

  • Predictive Maintenance – Pitstop

  • Predictive Maintenance – Looking ahead

  • Electronic Components Service – Faurecia

  • Battery diagnostics – ReJoule

  • Development of long-lasting batteries – Twaice

  • Automotive Aftersales – Key Findings

6. Automotive EOL

  • Automotive EOL – Circular Economy Practices

  • Refurbishment – Select the OEM activity

  • Plastic recycling use case – Lavergne

  • Closed recycling – Novelis

  • Tire recycling use case – Pyrum Innovations

  • Battery recycling – LI cycle

  • Second Life Applications – Battery Reuse: Select OEM Activity

  • Second Life Applications – Reusing Batteries

  • Automotive EOL – key takeaways

7. Universe of Growth Opportunities

  • Growth Opportunity 1 – Investing in a Sustainable Supply Chain

  • Growth Opportunity 2 – Focus on EV battery management at every stage of the EV life cycle

  • List of exhibits

companies mentioned

  • Audi

  • bmw

  • Digilab

  • Faurecia

  • ford

  • Honda

  • movie

  • MOIA

  • North Star

  • prefect

  • ReJoule

  • Renault

  • Skoda

  • Toyota

  • Twice

  • Volkswagen

  • Volvo

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