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Brammo Inc is a leading electric vehicle technology company headquartered in North America. Brammo designs and develops electric vehicles including the award winning Brammo Enertia motorcycle recently voted electric motorcycle of the year 2010 and the game changing Empulse. Brammo is an OEM supplier of its innovative Brammo Digital Drivetrain® systems including the Brammo Power® battery pack and Brammo Power® vehicle management system. Brammo has vehicle distribution and marketing operations in North America, Europe and Asia.
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Electric and Fuel Cell Trucks 2024-2044: Markets, Technologies, and Forecasts

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Electric Vehicles in Construction 2023-2043

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Micro EVs 2023-2043: Electric Two-Wheelers, Three-Wheelers, and Microcars

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21 Feb 2018

Cummins and Johnson Matthey expand efforts in electrification

Cummins Inc announced the acquisition of Johnson Matthey's UK automotive battery systems business, a subsidiary of Johnson Matthey that specializes in high-voltage automotive grade battery systems for electric and hybrid vehicles.
28 Jan 2015

Polaris acquires electric motorcycle business from Brammo

Polaris Industries Inc has acquired the electric motorcycle business of Brammo Inc. In addition, Polaris is acting as a leading investor in a recapitalization of Brammo that enables the company to focus exclusively on the design, development and integration of electric vehicle power trains.
10 Oct 2014

IDTechEx: Electric Vehicles - A $533 billion credible prospect

Electric Vehicles on a roll, with the global market forecast for all hybrid and pure electric vehicles expected to exceed $533 billion in 2025.
22 Aug 2014

IDTechEx reveals multi-billion dollar market for electric motorcycles

Savvy participants in the electric vehicles business see beyond the obvious e-bikes, e-cars and e-buses where little money is made. The other half of the value market is where most of the profits will be made and it is replete with new sub-markets coming from nowhere.
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Electric Scooter Market

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Daimler AG

Daimler AG is a major automotive company with electric vehicle activities under Orion bus, Smart car, Mercedes car and commercial vehicle brands and other activities including an e-scooter. Its fuel cell development for EVs and roll out program is up with the global leaders.
15 Nov 2013

Polaris Industries

Polaris Industries is a quoted US manufacturer of small conventional and pure electric vehicles, mainly nostalgic conventional motorcycles and leisure and industrial off-road small four wheelers.
5 Nov 2013


Brammo is an Oregon, USA based electric motorbike manufacturer with high brand awareness in the USA and increasingly more in Europe. The company has kicked off sales in the new segment in 2012. They are planning to design an electric racing car in 2015.
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30 Jul 2012

Brammo drives growth with $45 Million

Brammo Inc., a leading developer of electric vehicle technology and manufacturer of distinctive two-wheel electric vehicles, has closed the first $13 million tranche of a $45 million Series C funding round designed to accelerate the company's development plans.
6 Sep 2011

New approach to e-bike batteries

IDTechEx Technology Analyst Harry Zervos interviewed Leyden Energy's Aakar Patel, discussing the company's battery technology, the attributes that make it a technology that's attracting the interest of electric vehicle, consumer electronic, smart grid and EV developers as well as the company's prospects and aims for the future.
12 Aug 2011

Brammo production gets underway in Europe

Brammo Inc. recently announced that production of its electric motorcycles is now under way at the Flextronics production facility in Sàrvàr, Hungary.
1 Aug 2011

High-density, temperature tolerant battery development

Last week IDTechEx reported on work at Stanford University tackling the issues of low energy and power densities in lithium-ion batteries using sulphur particles. Now another significant problem associated with electric vehicle batteries is being explored by US based company Leyden Energy by exchanging traditional battery chemistries.