By 2030 battery electric trucks (BETs) will require 1.4 million to 1.8 million slow charges (100kW), as well as 400,000 to 700,000 public high-speed chargers (500kW).
Continued infrastructure development of major transportation routes and the electrification of HDT hubs (harbours, large industrial areas) would trigger the transition for longer and more heavy-duty cycles.
With higher powered chargers, each station can serve more vehicles and potentially access lower cost electricity generation. Improved economies of scale and lower energy costs would improve TCO.
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