EV Charging Infrastructure Market Analysis
With the increasing number of Electric Vehicles (EV) on a global scale, EV charging has become an essential aspect of car ownership. To compete with internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, the charging time of EVs needs to be at similar levels as refueling conventional vehicles. Historically speaking, charging stations technology dates to the same time as EVs. Charging stations in the early 1900s utilized bulky mercury-arc rectifiers, essentially glass bulbs containing liquid mercury. However, today’s technology has improved exponentially with advancements in power electronics. In the modern era, EV chargers started the technological journey as a device that could recharge a car overnight. This advancement did not come cheap as they were a result of significant investment in research and development. The result has made the recharging experience comparable to a refueling stop for a conventional car.
In this service, PTR covers EVSE charging infrastructure points market size in five major regions/countries around the globe. Market growth outlook for all charging power capacities is being tracked in this coverage.
What is covered?
Final output includes the database and PowerBI based analytics of EV Charging infrastructure. Service is delivered through online platform and includes following segmentation:
Base Year 2014-2018
- 0-3 kW
- 4-22 kW
- 23-60 kW
- 61-150 kW
- 151-350 kW
- Tesla SC
- 28 countries in EU
- South Korea
- North America
- United States
Country Specific Analysis Report ($6,000)
Country specific analysis consists of EV Charging infrastructure market in 12 major countries around the world. These countries have been chosen since they represent the biggest markets for EV charging infrastructure across the world. This analysis includes segmentation by type of chargers (Slow vs fast) and by different standards. Download abstract below for sample tables.
Executive Insights Dataset ($3,000)
Executive Insights version offers a regional specific view of the EV Charging Infrastructure market covering three regions, APAC, EMEA and Americas. This low cost version is aimed at customers who only require quick insights on a regional basis for high level planning purposes. Download the abstract below for sample output table.