Most read EV Charging Reports in June

We have compiled a list of the three most read EV charging reports in June. These reports provide valuable information on various aspects of EV charging including the fast-charging capability of electric vehicles, the American EV charging infrastructure landscape, and the importance of competition and regulatory frameworks in the charing industry.
  • Comparison of the fast-charging capability of electric vehicles | P3
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Trends from the Alternative Fueling Station Locator: Fourth Quarter 2022 | NREL
  • The benefits of competitive electric vehicle charging stations | grid strategies & EA consulting

Comparison of the fast-charging capability of electric vehicles | P3

This report focuses on the long-distance suitability and fast-charging performance of EVs. It highlights the limitations of using maximum charging power as the sole metric for comparing EVs and introduces the P3 Charging Index (P3CI). By considering factors such as charging time and recharged energy, the P3CI provides a more accurate assessment of the long-distance capability of each car. The report, now published independently for the United States, showcases P3’s continuous efforts to evolve alongside the ever-changing EV industry.

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Source: Comparison of the fast-charging capability of electric vehicles | P3

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Trends from the Alternative Fueling Station Locator: Fourth Quarter 2022 | NREL

This report presents a comprehensive analysis of the EV charging infrastructure landscape in the United States during Q4 2022. Utilizing data from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fueling Station Locator, the report examines the growth of public and private charging stations, with a particular focus on DC fast chargers. It also addresses the pace of infrastructure deployment and compares it to the ambitious goals set by the Biden administration. The findings emphasize the need to accelerate charging station installations to meet the rising demand for EVs.

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Source: Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Trends from the Alternative Fueling Station Locator: Fourth Quarter 2022 | NREL

The benefits of competitive Electric Vehicle charging stations | Grid strategies & EA consulting

This report delves into the importance of competition and regulatory frameworks in the emerging public charging station industry. With EV sales projected to surge in the coming years, policymakers hold a crucial role in shaping the design and structure of the charging network. The report evaluates whether electric utility companies should participate in this sector, considering factors such as grid ownership and potential monopolies. It advocates for a competitive and nondiscriminatory environment for public charging stations and provides recommendations to maximize benefits for EV owners and electricity consumers.

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Source: The benefits of competitive Electric Vehicle charging stations | Grid strategies & EA consulting
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