Market of EVs and EV Chargers; How Does The Future Look Like?

Europe - 30th June

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Americas - 7th July

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About the Webinar

With global CO2 emissions rising at an alarming rate, the International Energy Agency (IEA) puts the transport sector at 24% of global CO2 emissions. To mitigate the harmful effects of the gases emitting through the transport sector, alternative green technologies are the need of the hour. One of the biggest technology shifts in the transport sector has been the shift towards Electric Vehicles. For the sustenance of these technologies, we need charging infrastructure which should not only be reliable but also easily accessible. In the race of moving towards electrification many countries and regional entities are moving forward with new funding and policies to increase the rate of electrification.

In this webinar, panelists will be discussing the market sizing of EV chargers globally and on a regional level as well. They will share insights on important policies and fundings that have been introduced in recent times and which have/are expected to play a pivotal role in increasing the charging infrastructure in the coming years. Additionally, the discussion will also include an analysis from a competitive standpoint.

Agenda (60 mins)

Introduction (10 mins)

Quantitative Analysis (20 mins)

  • Global EV data – 4 mins
  • Market Sizing and Growth (Global) – 5 mins
    • Public and Private + AC, DC Low, DC High
  • Market Sizing and Growth (Regions) 2020-2030 – 11 mins
    • Overview of Chargers by :
      1. Public-private

Qualitative Analysis  (20 mins)

  • Policies – 10 mins
    • Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
    • EU Green deal
  • Incentives and Grants:
    • China’s policies
    • India’s FAME Scheme
    • Germany’s kfW Bank’s funding etc.
  • Technology Trends – 5 mins
    • Wireless Charging
    • V2G
  • Competitive Landscape – 5 mins
    • Companies going public
    • Merger and acquisitions

Q/A Session: (10 Mins)

Moderator: Hassan Zaheer| Chief Commercial Officer| Power Technology Research

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Speakers

Mishkaat Fatima

 Analyst

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Saim Talat

Analyst

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Hassan Zaheer

Chief Commercial Officer

Moderator