The increasing adoption of fuel-efficient vehicles will raise the application of the start–stop technology in the automotive industry. The urgent need to clean up the environment has put the spotlight on the start–stop technology to curtail the emissions of sulfur dioxide and carbon monoxide. The demand for low-emission automobiles and stringent government regulations will enhance the demand for the technology in the future. The technology assists in cutting down fuel consumption and emissions by automatically shutting down and restarting the internal combustion engine (ICE) of vehicles, to shorten the amount of time the engine spends idling.
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The European start–stop technology market has accounted for the largest share in the world in recent years, with the U.K. generating the maximum revenue. This is due to the stringent government regulations on emission levels, which have resulted in their reduction in the continent by 160 grams per kilometer (g/km) during 2006–2012. As for the North American market, the U.S. contributed the larger share. According to the standards laid down by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the permissible emission limit for passenger cars for 2016 was 225 grams per mile (g/mi).
In the Asia-Pacific region, China has been the dominant start–stop technology market, while for the Rest of the World region, Brazil employed the technology the most widely in the past. The vehicles produced in these regions are being rapidly integrated with this technology because of the restrictions imposed by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) on the production and export of crude oil. This has had an adverse effect on the crude oil supply to China, India, and Brazil, which is why these countries are taking concrete steps to reduce their dependence on it.
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The reduced supply of crude oil and rising concerns for the environment will, thus, increase the popularity of the start–stop technology in the future.