Most read EV Charging Reports in August

We have compiled a list of the three most read EV Charging Reports in August. These publications offer detailed insights on the global EV market trends, the state of EV adoption and charging infrastructure in the UK, and the latest developments in EV charging infrastructure within the United States.
  • Recharged: The electric vehicle and EV charging market regain stability | Roland Berger
  • Charging forward to 2030 | Recharge UK
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Trends from the Alternative Fueling Station Locator: First Quarter 2023 | NREL

Recharged: The electric vehicle and EV charging market regain stability | Roland Berger

The first report is Roland Berger’s “EV Charging Index” fourth edition, covering global electric vehicle (EV) and EV charging market trends in various regions. It analyzes market growth and indicators like EV sales and charging infrastructure development, addressing regional differences in EV interest, expansion of charging networks, changing customer behaviors, and regional strategies for EV charging infrastructure.

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Recharged: The electric vehicle and EV charging market regain stability | Roland Berger

Charging forward to 2030 | Recharge UK

The second report, produced by RECHARGE UK, focuses on the UK’s EV charging infrastructure development. It addresses the current state of EV adoption, the potential impact of policy changes on EV sales, the need to overcome barriers in chargepoint deployment, and the role of government intervention in accelerating infrastructure growth.

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Charging forward to 2030 | Recharge UK

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Trends from the Alternative Fueling Station Locator: First Quarter 2023 | NREL

The third report, based on data from the U.S. Department of Energy, offers insights into the state of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in the United States for Q1 2023. The report examines the growth of charging infrastructure in terms of charging level, network, and location, comparing the current state to projected federal requirements. The report focuses on the expansion of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) ports, particularly direct-current (DC) fast charging, and assesses the progress towards meeting the needs of an increasing number of EVs on the road.

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Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Trends from the Alternative Fueling Station Locator: First Quarter 2023 | NREL
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