Automotive Evaporative Emission Control System Market

LATAM automotive EVAP systems market to procure substantial proceeds by 2025, global industry to be governed by a stringent regulatory framework

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The global automotive EVAP systems market is estimated to register a commendable growth rate over the ensuing years, on account of the growing air pollution levels worldwide. Air quality is deteriorating day by day posing a huge risk to the environment, human health, and food security. Fuel evaporative emissions undeniably, are a significant contributor to global air pollution levels. The gasoline in the fuel tank gradually evaporates over time, contaminating the air with VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds).

U.S. Automotive Evaporative Emission Control System Market, By Vehicle, 2018 & 2025, (USD Million)
U.S. Automotive Evaporative Emission Control System Market, By Vehicle, 2018 & 2025, (USD Million)

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, there are enough cases of such emissions to contribute to air pollution and pose a risk to environmental and human life. The fuel injected in a car consists of over 150 chemicals including toluene, benzenes and even lead, which can cause headaches, breathing issues, and in worst cases result in death. Hence, it is vital for carmakers to install EVAP systems in their models to control fuel evaporation, which would help expand the global automotive EVAP systems market size.

The need for manufacturers to equip their cars with EVAP systems is further encouraged by the imposition of stringent emission control mandates by governments throughout the world. For instance, Euro 5/6 regulations continue the Euro 4 limit of two grams of evaporative emissions each day. Regulation in the United States limits evaporative emissions to 0.5 grams each day over a three-day diurnal temperature profile.

Even though state regulations don’t usually exceed federal regulations, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) permits the imposition of more stringent emission standards. Meanwhile, Japan has jointly developed emission standard by two ministries – The Ministry of Environment and The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport. Emission limits in the country are almost similar to Euro 4 standards of two grams of emissions daily.

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It comes as no surprise therefore, that the global automotive EVAP systems industry is heavily governed by regulations. Indeed, according to Global Market Insights, Inc., OEMs presently dominate the global automotive EVAP systems market due to the rising product installations in an effort to conform to government regulations like CARB and Test Procedures to monitor vehicle performance.

One of the most significant reasons for driving the demand for EVAP systems around the world is the increasing rate of passenger vehicle production. In the year 2017, over 80 million passenger cars were produced worldwide, out of which Europe accounted for an appreciable share. Developing nations like India witnessed a significant rise in production from over 3.95 million units in 2017 to nearly 4 million units in 2018.

Recently, Mercedes-Benz Cars announced an investment of over $250 million euros in a passenger car plant in the Moscow region. Through the new plant, Daimler aims to meet the high demand for Mercedes-Benz E-Class SUVs and Sedans in the region. Owing to rising production, automotive EVAP systems market size is expected to witness an upsurge from passenger cars. Rising installation of EVAP systems in passenger cars to enhance fuel economy and reduce fuel losses will drive product demand.

In terms of regional growth, the Latin America market held considerable revenue share owing to rising concerns pertaining to fuel evaporation paired with the imposition of supportive international policies to control air pollution. According to an assessment released by UN Environment and the Climate and Clean Air Coalition, poor air quality and climate change are taking a toll on vulnerable population and environment within the Americas, leading to premature deaths, ecosystem damage, and crop yield losses.

Brazil, which is the fourth largest vehicle market in the world differs from larger economies in terms of policies to promote vehicle-efficiencies. However, the government in these nations and other key vehicle markets in Latin America are working to adopt international best practices regarding emission control to the local economic and policy context. Successful implementation of regulatory practices would further augment the Latin America automotive EVAP systems market share in the coming years.

Key factors such as increasing vehicular emissions, rising awareness regarding poor air quality along with a rise in vehicle manufacturing and supportive government regulations will continue to induce considerable possibilities for industry expansion in the coming years. For the record, the global market is also estimated to surpass a valuation of $65 billion by 2025, according to a research report by Global Market Insights, Inc.

Author NameKrithika Krishnan