Electric vehicle charging stations are the most relevant areas to consider

wallpapers Products 2021-05-27
According to IDTechEx's recent 'Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles 2020-2030,' Mobile charging offers corporate and automotive customers a promising charging solution that avoids the high upfront costs of installing fixed charging infrastructure. While it is expected to remain niche in terms of apps, it is an important addition to fixed-charge infrastructure. Mobile charging, especially robotic charging, could also be a promising candidate for the future of self-driving car charging, as demonstrated by Volkswagen's visionary prototype of a mobile charging robot. Volkswagen's concept of mobile charging is not new, but this is the first time a car OEM has included it as part of an overall charging system. For a more detailed analysis of the mobile electric vehicle charging market landscape, key market players and their latest developments, please refer to IDTechEx's latest report "Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles 2020-2030".
According to IDTechEx's research on electric vehicles, by 2030 there will be more than 100 million plug-in electric vehicles on the world's roads, including passenger cars, buses, trucks and vans, which are the most relevant areas to consider for EV charging infrastructure. Of these, electric passenger vehicles are the largest segment for plug-in electric vehicles, while fleets of electric vehicles such as buses, trucks and vans are expected to grow rapidly over the next decade, significantly driving up demand for charging infrastructure. According to IDTechEx's study on "Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure 2020-2030", the market for electric vehicle charging infrastructure will grow at a CAGR of 24% over the next 10 years and reach $40 billion per year by 2030. Despite regional differences, private charging will remain the dominant charging solution in the next decade, with the public charging sector expected to grow rapidly to meet charging demand, especially in countries such as China where many EV drivers do not have access to private charging. On the other hand, electric vehicles such as buses and trucks require charging facilities that are very different from those available for passenger cars. The growth in the number of electric vehicles provides a huge opportunity for the development of dedicated charging facilities for electric buses and trucks. It is worth noting that while electric fleet charging capacity accounts for less than 5% of the total charging facilities, it accounts for more than 30% of the total market value of the charging industry, reflecting the much more expensive charging facilities required for fleet charging.