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About this report
Following a series of commitments from OEMs to phase out their ICE vehicles in favor of electric vehicles, and with governments providing a variety of incentives for EV buyers, adoption rates and sales are growing rapidly. With more consumers, fleets, and service operators switching to EVs, there comes a renewed interest in the build-up of EV charging networks.
However, as the ecosystem for EV charging infrastructure evolves, it also becomes more complex. Likewise, for OEMs and operators, optimizing the charging network through this rapid evolution is an increasingly complicated challenge. This complexity only grows when accounting for the variety of charge point operators involved in EV charging and the growing partnership network that surrounds them. With both this complexity and variety present at such an early stage, it can quickly become difficult to monitor the ecosystem for EV charging.
This report maps out the current landscape of EV charging infrastructure to track its footprint and highlight its growth. Taking a deep dive into the ecosystem, the report profiles its key players, identifies their strengths and weaknesses, and understands the business models they utilize. It similarly works to understand the levels, complexity, and maturity of EV charging infrastructure across Europe and the U.S.
How many charging points are there and what is their geographic distribution across the EU and US?
What are the different business models that are being adopted by charging networks?
Which OEMs are investing in proprietary charging networks, where and how?
Key Questions Answered
Which charging providers have the largest networks and how efficiently distributed are they?
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