3 new reports on EV charging
Transportation has long been tied to the energy sector. It’s now also now becoming a part of the grid through electrification. We’ve released a new series of reports examining the impact electric vehicle charging infrastructure will have on grids around the world.
We predict that the transformation of the transportation sector will accelerate in the coming years as nearly 250 million EVs hit the roads globally by 2040, representing ~14% of the total vehicle stock at that date. This cleaner system needs charging points to be spread throughout the built environment, closer to trip destinations, including homes, businesses and commercial routes.
Charging infrastructure for EVs has created a new web of market players. Maturing beyond early government-funded development, a more diverse landscape of business models carried out by vendors, network providers and utilities. This report examines the activities of many stakeholders providing critical equipment, software, services and solutions that support the growing transportation electrification market.
This report employs the case study approach to explain EV infrastructure development; using several parameters that describe project infrastructure and operational objectives; the type and ownership of the EVs; and the equipment, software and services included in the project.
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